Socialite, philanthropist, international southerner, mischief maker and self-described shit-starter, Kenya (Robinson) investigates gender, consumerism, and ability through unexpected performative actions and sculptural gestures.
In his monologue, Rushkoff reminds us that it's okay to turn to civics to avoid burnout from 24/7 political coverage. "Civics is something different than politics. Civics is helping other people." He also proposes people use non-fungible tokens to critique the art market. “The current NFT market in some ways is anti-art in that it’s simply reinforcing capitalism.”