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THIS WAY UP / HANDLE WITH CARE by OLIVER JEFFERS

THIS WAY UP / HANDLE WITH CARE by OLIVER JEFFERS {0}

MAY 5-MAY 6 – PERFORMANCE It has been said that the first casualty of any conflict is the truth, and territorial disputes have been one of the greatest sources of conflict throughout human history. These days we take someone’s word for almost everything we know, and a person’s reality is governed by the perspective from which it […]

SEED / POND BY HALSEY CHAIT

SEED / POND BY HALSEY CHAIT {0}

MARCH 10 – APRIL 22 – EXHIBITION – The oldest bridges were logs and stepping stones. Balancing across them allowed a traveler to pass from one side to another.  SEED / POND is an exhibit that seeks to bridge the divide between internal and external perception by offering large-scale algorithmic ink drawings to ponder as […]

THE FLOATING WORLD by EMMA SULKOWICZ

THE FLOATING WORLD by EMMA SULKOWICZ {0}

MARCH 10 – APRIL 22 – INSTALLATION Ukiyo, or “the floating world,” describes the hedonistic culture of kabuki theater, geisha, bath houses, and pleasure quarters in Japan’s Edo period. It is homophonous with the Buddhist term for “this world of sorrow and grief.” The Floating World is an exploration of the meaning of support.  When […]

LOOK + LISTEN FESTIVAL: PRE-CONCERT PERFORMANCE by EMMA SULKOWICZ & SEAN HAROLD

LOOK + LISTEN FESTIVAL: PRE-CONCERT PERFORMANCE by EMMA SULKOWICZ & SEAN HAROLD {0}

SATURDAY APRIL 21, 7:00PM – PERFORMANCE – Emma Sulkowicz and Sean Harold will present a new composition for the electric guitar, percussion, and stereo-fixed media. Blending performance with percussion, Sulkowicz’s actions will feed Harold’s music, causing it to morph throughout the piece. This will culminate first in a disintegration of these tasks and sounds, before resurrecting them […]

LOOK + LISTEN FESTIVAL: PERIMETERS

LOOK + LISTEN FESTIVAL: PERIMETERS {0}

SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 8PM – MUSIC – The final concert of the 2018 Look + Listen Festival will feature cellist Mariel Roberts performing Davíð Brynjar Franzson’s Cartography of Time. Patchtax, a Boston-based saxophone and viola duo, will perform the New York premieres of the winning works from their recent call-for scores to composers who identify themselves as marginalized, […]

THE QUIET IS KEPT

THE QUIET IS KEPT {0}

SATURDAY APRIL 14, 5:00-6:00 PM – CONCERT – The Quiet is Kept will play a one-hour set in Halsey Chait’s exhibition. Free admission.

DRUM MEDITATION with BILL MEHLEISEN

DRUM MEDITATION with BILL MEHLEISEN {0}

SUNDAY APRIL 1, 5:30-6:30 PM – PERFORMANCE – Seed/Pond AND sound! Join hang drum player Bill Mehleisen for a live session that fills the gallery with the soft rhythmic sound of the hang drum and offers a vibrational dimension that activates contemplation of Halsey Chait’s drawings. It will be a soothing sound meditation that attempts to […]

COLD NIGHTS / HOT STORIES

COLD NIGHTS / HOT STORIES {0}

WEDNESDAY MARCH 28, 7:30-9:30PM – LITERARY / SOIRÉE / LITTÉRAIRE – Welcome the Equinox! Stories, art, wine, food, conversation, and books for sale. Featuring: MATTHEW LANSBURGH, COURTNEY ZOFFNESS, KRISTINA GORCHEVA-NEWBERRY, JENNIFER EPSTEIN, SUJATA SHEKAR, ALISON LOWENSTEIN, JULIA LICHTBLAU Matthew Lansburgh’s collection of linked stories, Outside Is the Ocean, was selected by Andre Dubus III as the winner […]

THE REHEARSAL ARTIST BY MICHELLE ELLSWORTH

THE REHEARSAL ARTIST BY MICHELLE ELLSWORTH {0}

JANUARY 9-11 – THEATER PERFORMANCE – A small group of audience members surveils a dancer who is simultaneously: 1) watching reenactments of scenes from 2001: A Space Odyssey, 2) participating in a mash-up of some of the most canonical social science experiments of the last 50 years. Occasionally, an eight-foot-high wooden wheel assists dancers as they […]

DISPLACEMENT by MITHKAL ALZGHAIR

DISPLACEMENT by MITHKAL ALZGHAIR {0}

JANUARY 14-15 – DANCE –  How does a body react when its movement is forced or it is halted? Which physical and cultural knowledge do people internalize in a country that is characterized by turmoil? With Displacement, Syrian dancer and choreographer Mithkal Alzghair examines the Syrian body in the context of war, migration and revolution. Migrating […]