Three Works Coming Up in April:
Integration Loop April 6 4pm-6pm
Rob Andrews and Peter Dobill build an Integration Loop tomorrow, Friday, April 6th between 4-6pm at Exit Art, as part of Collective/Performative.
Leave work early. Leave your families. Leave your life.
Become the loop.
The piece proposes that through structure and collaborative extension, a door may be opened.
A door is imaginary. A door is not imaginary.
Peter and Rob ask directly for your help in making the invisible visible. Please join us this Friday. Give us your body, and give us your voice.
The piece will begin promptly at 4PM: Exit Art, 475 Tenth Ave, New York, NY 10018
This Saturday I present Pioneer Song at Exit Art @ 5.45 (promptly please!), a major new work presented in collaboration with Grace Space and Exit Art as part of the show Collective/Performative.
Exit Art is at 475 10th Ave # 1 New York, NY 10018.
Pioneer Song April 7, 5.45pm-6.15pm
I will walk ten miles from my home to Exit Art with a package of idols on my back. At the gallery I will join hands with a gathered host and we will sing without verbs and lament the passing of our history, our time, and our bodies.
We prepare for the void, and we enter the void.
If you are interested in walking to Exit Art with me, please contact me directly. I welcome you.
The night includes an deeply talented and diverse group of performers: Peter Dobill, Anya Liftig, Rafael Sanchez, Hector Canonge, Elinor Thompson, Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, and Non Grata curated by Jill and Hoke of Grace Space.
Please join me for this important, historic evening of performance and tweet/post/talk up this event. It will be a significant night.
Void Cowl April 14, 7pm-10pm
A collaboration with cellist Valerie Kuehne.
We saw away in the waning moments of empire.
Exit Art's Collective/Performative Artists' History of Performance featuring interviews with: Vito Acconci, Rob Andrews, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Boryana Dragoeva, Coco Fusco, Regina José Galindo, Kate Gilmore, Orlan, Rafael Sanchez, Carolee Schneemann, Cecilia Vicuña, Martha Wilson, and others