INVISIBLE-EXPORTS presents Come On Daughter Save Me, an exhibition of new work by Vaginal Davis, running concurrently with her performance The Magic Flute at NYU’s 80WSE Gallery. The gender-queer art-music icon Vaginal Davis likes to say she was ‘hatched’ in Los Angeles, where she was also ‘born and braised,’ a ‘doyenne of intersexed outsider art.’ A performer, painter, curator, composer, writer, cultural antagonist, film scholar, and erotic provocateur, Davis first gained notoriety in the late 1970s, primarily as frontwoman for various art-punk bands, including the Afro Sisters, inspired by Angela Davis, and as the publisher of two zines: Fertile LaToyah Jackson and its supplement, Shrimp. At the time, Davis worked out of HAG gallery, a DIY exhibition space she founded in her apartment on the Sunset Strip and ran from 1982 to 1989—a “botoxed”

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