Today we’re talking with Lissa Rivera and Trey Tyler about their work at the Museum of Sex here in New York. Lissa is a photographer and associate curator and Trey is the senior designer. We’re talking with them about the museum’s current exhibition, Night Fever: New York Disco 1977-1979, The Bill Bernstein Photographs.
“The unique context of these clubs allowed for unprecedented interaction between groups — straights danced with gays, whites with blacks and Latinos, young with old, and rich with poor. By publicly embracing alternate and previously hidden identities, these pioneers created revolutionary boundary-crossing communities of possibility and joy, paving the way for a future culture of inclusivity.” – The Museum of Sex
The Sex Lives of Animals. Courtesy of Museum of Sex.
Night Fever: New York Disco 1977–1979, The Bill Bernstein Photographs. Courtesy of Museum of Sex.
Known/Unknown: Private Obsession and Hidden Desire in Outsider Art. Courtesy of Museum of Sex.
00:00- Mic Break
01:52- Nancy- Apocalipstick
05:34- Museum of Sex, with Trey Tyler and Lissa Rivera