from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A transformation; a semblance; a disguise.


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  • Our favourite transformance artists, Ikon, once described as “365 days of lent,” are showing us what doubt is all about at their monthly service at the Black Box.

    Letter to America

  • Perhaps they regard us as glorious, even; as agents of the raw miraculous, capable at any moment-not in spite of our folly but because of it-of a transcendence that exceeds transformance.

    Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas

  • This piece of art by a great and soulful poetess reached out and touched my heart and made me cry for those who saw nudity and not transformance from automaton to Human Being.

    Editorials from Hell's leading daily newspaper

  • Ikon describes itself as iconic, apocalyptic, heretical, emerging and failing and engages in what it calls theodrama and 'transformance art'.



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