David Levine's SOME OF THE PEOPLE ALL OF THE TIME is now running at the Brooklyn Museum.  Gibson is performing in the piece, as the museum describes, "examines the fragility of our democracy. It confronts a timely and disturbing question: What if a member of a gathering—a rally, an audience, even a party—is there under false pretenses? Recently, there have been a number of disturbing revelations about this kind of dishonesty, such as paid “protesters” infiltrating demonstrations, the proliferation of fake Facebook and Twitter accounts, and accusations of “crisis acting” in the media. In each case, feigned and fabricated identities—or even invoking the 'fake' as a means to undermine a given stance or action—are being deployed for political gain."

Gibson performs Thursdays through Sunday through July 8.