APAP/January 2017

Join us Sunday January 8; partnering with American Realness, Gibney Dance and PS122's Coil Festival

IN THE WORKS

with American Realness at Gibney Dance

This will be our fourth year providing an alternative space for artists sharing their In-Process work, now with the collaborative efforts of Gibney Dance and American Realness. We continue to hold an alternative space to commune and meet artists who are in the midst of the creative process.  

Join us on Sunday morning, January 8, to  slow down and connect with artists sharing who they are and what they do.  Details on the full day here.

    10:30 – 11:00 am: Anna Sperber
    11:30 am – 12:00 pm: Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
    1:15 – 2:15 pm: Katie Workum
    2:30 – 3:00 pm: Björn Säfsten
    3:30 – 4:00 pm: iele paloumpis

EMILY JOHNSON/CATALYST's Umyuangvigkaq

 with PS122's COIL Festival and Ace Hotel

 

PS122 Long Table and Durational Sewing Bee presented in partnership with Ps122 as part of Coil Festival
January 8, 11:30am-6pm, Come all day or for a stitch.
Ace Hotel New York, 20 West 29th Street, Mannahatta (Manhattan)

Umyuangvigkaq is “a place to gather ideas”. Let’s create a just and equitable world. Let’s spend some good time together doing so. Let’s chew our words, share them, listen. Let’s be okay when we don’t know. Let’s be supple and brave in our questions and our findings. We will stitch together a quilt of conversation, ideas, and fabrics. Here we will recognize indigenous people, artists, art methods, and audiences as we indigenize the performing arts and the world at large.

Come with ready hearts. Every 75 minutes we’ll shift a conversation to a new critical topic engaging the intersections of the Indigenous with contemporary American culture. This durational Sewing Bee underpins a large-scale experiment in public engagement and sewing culminating in an all-night, outdoor performance event in 2017, Then a Cunning Voice and A Night We Spend Gazing at Stars, created by Emily Johnson/Catalyst. Click here to see a list of recommended readings shared by the provocateurs of the day.

 

Join us January 9,10 and 14; Open Studio

MALLORY CATLETT / RESTLESS NYC

at the Collapsible Hole, studio #68

Open Studios while in residence at The Collapsible Hole
January 9, 10, 14, 2017 2pm - 4pm. Stay as long or as little as you want.
Collapsible Hole, 55 Bethune St. Studio #68

While in residence, esteemed theater-maker Mallory Catlett continues development on DEAD TIME OF PLEANTY, a performance installation that sets an old woman, a girl, and a dog against the backdrop of a dystopian city.  The work features performers Black-Eyed Susan, Aleta Findlay and Milo, with sound by Lea Bertucci. DEAD TIME OF PLENTY takes up one of Dorris Lessing’s apocalyptic dreams, Memoirs of a Survivor.The novel and the gallery frames a performance of associative actions, moments of female adolescents and old age, human and animal together, against the backdrop of a slow-burning apocalypse where some are protected from the destruction of the environment while others lack basic resources.

M/F FUTURE is a diptych of performance installations about the future and the possibilities of becoming. DECODER 2017, a concert by night, and DEAD TIME OF PLENTY, a novel in a gallery by day, draw on the prophetic writings of William Burroughs and Doris Lessing. M/F Future is a Creative Capital project.