Jessica F. Cooke reactivates brid(g)e (2017), Guta Galli’s crawling piece devoted to female immigrant artists, performed in the streets of San Francisco. At 6:30pm F. Cooke starts crawling dressed as a bride towards the Chapel, where her progress will be live-streamed. Meanwhile, Galli performs Serpent God, F. Cooke’s new piece inspired by Galli’s pregnancy. In this performance, she embodies a ritual to honor the sacred elements that evoke the radical transmutation she goes through. When the bride finally meets the Serpent, an anthropophagic wedding begins, and thus the profane and the sacred devour each other.