The same day that Latifa Laâbissi donned a faux-Sioux headdress at MoMA PS1, Emily Johnson created a collaborative event that championed indigenous voices and values
After money, space is often the tallest hurdle for artists in New York. Performance Space 122’s RAMP is a new residency program offering emerging New York City-based artists a performance venue to develop a piece with supporting tech assistance and premiere it to an audience.
Performance Space 122’s COIL Festival is one of a number of imaginative theater festivals to descend on New York City each winter.
Two shows at COIL this year use new media technology to manipulate existing materials to stage a “what if” event. But, despite their appearances, both performances end up with very human stories and rather conventional forms of theater.
Welcome to 2012! As soon as the clock struck midnight, not only did the new year begin, but the art world also got a shot of adrenaline as January brings in more exhibition openings than we can keep track of.