A veteran of the early ’80s East Village art scene, vocalist, filmmaker, actress, curator and performance artist Kembra Pfahler has, over the years, expounded upon a singularly disturbing will to provoke. Perhaps best known as the frontwoman of the punk/metal troupe The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black (VHOKB), her aggressive, animalistic personas challenge notions of purity and innocence as intrinsic qualities of the female beauty ideal. At Sala Diaz, Pfahler will be creating live body paintings — “Butt Prints,” to be precise —which will be passed out to the audience. In all, it seems the perfect pill for your day after/post-protest march/existential hangover. Free, 9pm Sat, Sala Diaz, (972) 900-0047, saladiazart.org.