Join us for our final day at @momaps1 THIS Sunday. Starting at 4 PM there will be an incredible 30 minute performance followed by an interactive workshop led by @truthworker : Samara Gaev, founder and artistic director of Truthworker Theatre Company, will offer an interactive workshop that calls upon modalities of theatre, writing, storytelling, and collaboration to unpack pressing issues of trauma, healing, power, privilege, social justice, and inequity in our communities. Drawing from a Theatre of the Oppressed pedagogy, this dynamic workshop will offer community members, educators, activists, and organizers, tools for leveraging the stories that so often go untold, as well as tools for engaging their constituencies. Sourcing the collective wisdom and collaborative power in the room, this workshop will use writing, art, and embodiment to create a safe space for radical self reflection, system analysis, community building, and articulating visions for change. #truthworkertheatrecompany#laboratoryforfreedoms#forfreedoms
Tbt to me @ryan_lonewolf @brianchase123 @kirlianauras playing at @momaps1 a few weeks a ago. Come see me play drums TONIGHT with @elder_totem and Dave Grant aka Snake Union at The Stone (corner of Ave C + 2nd St) in Manhattan 8:30pm drop by if you can ✌🏽🔊✌🏽#Repost @momaps1 ・・・ TGI #fellowfriday! This week Nick Nazmi (@ghostboats) shares a clip of a collaborative performance by IIII, made up of Hisham A. Bharoocha (Kill Alters / Boredoms), Brian Chase (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Robert A.A. Lowe (Lichens / OM), and Ryan Sawyer (Lonewolf), which took place on March 26th as part of Come Together: Music Festival and Label Market. #vwsundaysessions#vwgroupculture#cometogetherfest
"Look around you. How many screens do you see? How many of us are living in the virtual realm? Our world is being continually altered, shaped and scripted by technology and our bodies along with it." Past Skin at @momaps1 is our exhibition of the month. Read why online: http://bit.ly/2qiJBIw Image courtesy of MoMA PS1. Photo by Studio LHOOQ.
Last up for today’s #museuminstaswap with @MoMAPS1: James Turrell’s “Meeting.” For this site-specific installation it’s all about seeing and vision. Plus, we’re fascinated by this uninterrupted view of the New York City sky. In a way, it’s almost like looking through a camera viewfinder—but it’s built into the ceiling. Tip: try to catch one of the upcoming sunset lighting programs. 📷James Turrell, "Meeting," 1980-86/2016