If in Sao Paulo June 6th and 7th, a video program curated by New York based Tim Goossens will be on view at the Museum of Image and Sound (MIS). There will be a panel discussion between Goossens and performer and DJ Nomi Ruiz on June 6th. The selection of videos, shown in a loop, sans interruption or commercials, were taken from online sources and covers over 40 years of music. Ranging from musical acts such as Smashing Pumpkins, FKA Twigs, Tori Amos, Kate Bush and Ruiz’ own Jessica 6, the videos offer a peek into the curators taste and from the press release, “a personal selection of visual music to celebrate how pop music and pop images influenced a whole generation growing up with music channels and the internet.” Some of the featured videos were previously banned at certain times such as Madonna’s Like A Prayer and Bjork’s Pagan Poetry, and here these selections are intertwined commenting on pop music, nostalgia and the particular influence these musical artists have had on a global audience. The exhibition title, Each Man Kills The Thing He Loves, inspired by Oscar Wilde’s poem The Ballad of Reading Gaol, is part of the 3rd edition of the Music Video Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil and will include a music video premiere by Nomi Ruiz who has performed with the bands Hercules and Love Affair and Jessica 6 and is a contemporary trans artists, born and raised in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, taking the dance scene by storm. Below is a 2011 song by Jessica 6 starring Antony Hegarty from Antony and the Johnsons. Get your dancing shoes on. The Museum of Image and Sound is located at Avenida Europa 158, Jardim Europa, 01449-000, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.