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Ring Dome Opening

Friday September 21, 2007

Ring Dome Opening
Opening of Ring Dome, Sept. 21. (Photographs by Alan R. Tansey)

The Making of the Ring Dome

Friday September 21, 2007

Performance Z-A: a Pavilion for Storefront's 25th Anniversary

Friday September 21, 2007 – Tuesday October 16, 2007

Group Exhibition

Performance Z-A: a Pavilion for Storefront's 25th Anniversary

Twenty-five years ago, in September 1982, Storefront's first public event got underway in its original Prince Street location. Performance A-Z, organized by the gallery's founders Kyong Park and R L Seltman, and artist Arleen Schloss, was a 26-day sequence of performances by New York-based artists. Each of the 26 performers was allocated one evening slot. The event became a manifesto for the gallery's future programming: as Kyong Park wrote in his introduction, "Storefront supports the idea that art and design have the potential and responsibility to affect public policies which influence the quality of life and the future of all cities."


In late September 2007, Storefront will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a new edition of its first event. Entitled Performance Z-A, this 26-day celebration will be hosted in Petrosino Park, adjacent to Storefront, in a specially built pavilion designed by Korean architect Minsuk Cho. Organized by the three directors who have led Storefront over the past 25 years (Kyong Park, Sarah Herda and Joseph Grima), Performance Z-A will be an inclusive event involving not only performance artists but also representatives of all the disciplines that have participated in Storefront's program in the past decades: architects, artists, writers, researchers, filmmakers, photographers, musicians and more. For 26 days, from September 21 to October 16, 2007, the protagonists of Storefront's past, present and future will host 26 evening events including performances, concerts, open discussions, film screenings and interviews.



All events held in Ring Dome (located in Petrosino Park, adjacent to Storefront), at 7pm


The making of Ring Dome Pavilion


Z
Sept 21 - Opening party for Ring Dome
hosted by:
Arleen Schloss
, a participant and co-organizer of Performance A-Z at Storefront in 1982, has for many years run the interdisciplinary research lab A’s. It is the most influential place you've never heard of, giving birth to bands and experimental movements like Alan Suicide, Phoebe Leger’s Metamonad, Gray/Jean-Michel Basquiat, The Coachman and The Human Arts Ensemble. 

Minsuk Cho, designer of the Ring Dome, is a founding partner of Mass Studies, a Seoul-based architecture practice. His work has been exhibited internationally and has won numerous prizes, including first prize in the 1994 Shinkenchiku International Residential Architecture Competition for new dwelling design, the Architectural League of New York's Young Architects Award in 2000, and two U.S. Progressive Architecture Awards.


Y
Sept 22

“Lincoln Ocean Victory Eddy” is Jill Magid and Ed Vas’s performance that includes a video and series of photographs, accompanied by a haunting novella. All record her five-month friendship with a New York City police officer. She initiates it by asking him to search her (he doesn’t) and then shadows him during his night shift, usually on subway platforms in Manhattan and Brooklyn.


X
Sept 23
Launch of Storefront Books
, a curated micro-bookshop at Storefront, hosted by Akiko Miyake, with the participation of Marina Abramovic, John Miller, Siobhan Liddell, Soo Ja Kim, Liam Gillick, Maurizio Cattelan, Rirkrit Tiravanija. Akiko Miyake is co-founder the Center for Contemporary Art Kitakyushu (Japan) and publisher of the CCA Artists’ Books series, a collection of more than 50 titles by internationally renowned artists. The CCA artists’ books will be on sale at Storefront.


Special guest Hideaki Ariizumi, a former student of Kazuo Shinohara, will discuss Kazuo Shinohara: Street with Human Shadows.


W
Sept 24
Teddy Cruz
hosts Food for Thought: The Tijuana-NY Kitchen. For one evening, Ring Dome becomes an open-air kitchen, serving authentic Tijuana tacos in an exchange of food for thought. Teddy Cruz’ work is centered along the border between San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Mexico, where he has been developing a practice and pedagogy that emerge out of the particularities of this bicultural territory. He has received international recognition for his work on housing and its relationship to an urban policy more inclusive of social and cultural programs, including the 2004-05 James Stirling Memorial Lecture On the City Prize.


V
Sept 25
Engaging the City
presents The Obscene Bird of Night, a carnival block party with exquisite entertainment brought to you by the Four of Babylon. Engaging the City is an independent monthly lecture series that serves as a venue for individuals in a variety of professions who engage the extraordinary and exciting complexity of contemporary cities in novel ways.


U
Sept 26

Photographer, editor and researcher Florian Boehm presents his most recent project, Wait for Walk, a series of portraits of New Yorkers waiting to cross the street. Boehm is co-author and co-founder of the project EndCommercial/Reading the City, a visual record of modern urban life exhibited at Storefront in 2002.


T
Sept 27
Daniel Perlin (AKA DJ N-Ron)
is an artist working across media creating sound, video, objects and installations. For Performance Z-A he will present Dance Faster, a live mix from inside Ring Dome that the audience will be able to listen to through wireless headsets from anywhere inside Petrosino Park and the surrounding area. Daniel Perlin’s work has previously been presented at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The Chelsea Art Museum, Postmaster’s Gallery, D’Amelio Terras, TN Probe Tokyo, Temporary Contemporary Gallery London and the Centre Pompidou.


S
Sept 28
Ruben Ochoa
presents a one-day installation of his Dancing PoPos next to Ring Dome in Petrosino Park. Based in Los Angeles, Ochoa excavates the city to uncover forms and structures for his interventions and sculptural works. Support made possible by LACMA: On-Site.

At 3:30 pm, world-famous Monstrologist Johan Olander presents a lecture for children on his recent monstrological discoveries and his new book, A Field Guide to Monsters. The audience will be able to ask questions about his findings.

At 7:00 pm, Marilyn Minter responds to "10 Questions" posed by Karen Marta about Minter's grisly-glam paintings and photographs, and her new monograph, just released by Gregory R. Miller & Co.


R
Sept 29
Eyal Weizman
presents his most recent book, Hollow Land: Israel’s Architecture of Occupation. Guest speakers include Tom Keenan, Reinhold Martin, Felicity Scott and Michael Sorkin. Weizman (Director of the Centre for Architecture Research at Goldsmiths College, London) has conducted an in-depth investigation into the planning aspects of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank for several years. In 2003, Weizman co-curated the exhibition A Civilian Occupation: The Politics of Israeli Architecture at Storefront.


Q
Sept 30
Armin Linke
screens the US premier of his award winning film-in-progress on the Alps realized in collaboration with architect Piero Zanini. Alpi, a synchronized projection onto 3 screens with surround sound, is a captivating visual investigation that debunks many of the myths surrounding the picturesque alpine landscape, exposing it as a hotbed for experimentation in social, economic and political relations. The film was awarded a Golden Lion at the 2004 Venice Architecture Biennale. Armin Linke’s photographic work was exhibited at Storefront in 2004.


P
Oct 1
The Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP)
presents the Envisioning Development Toolkit, a workshop aimed at demystifying the term “affordable housing” that uses an interactive felt poster to help people understand how the city and federal governments define "affordable," what the income spread is like for different neighborhoods, and who can afford to move into those neighborhoods now. As an agency, CUP makes educational projects about places and how they change, bringing together art and design professionals and community-based advocates and researchers.


O
Oct 2
Bjarke Ingels
hosts the opening of the exhibition CPH Experiments, five radical proposals for high-density dwelling from Danish architecture practice BIG/Bjarke Ingels Group, a group of over 80 architects, designers, builders and thinkers based in Copenhagen. The exhibition will showcase five large-scale models (including one made of 250,000 LEGO blocks) of housing projects currently under construction in the Danish capital. The opening will be followed by Bjarke's Birthday Bash, a party at Bar 205 on Chrystie Street to celebrate Bjarke Ingel's 33rd birthday.


N
Oct 3

A reading hosted by Frederic Tuten with other writers who have written about or who themselves make visual art. Frederic Tuten will be joined by Shelley
Jackson, author of Half-Life and The Melancholy of Anatomy; Wayne Koestenbaum, poet, author of Hotel Theory, a hybrid of fiction and nonfiction; and Iris Smyles, short story writer and editor of Smyles & Fish. Tuten has published five novels including The Adventures of Mao on the Long March, Van Gogh's Bad Café, and Tintin in the New World.


M
Oct 4

Screening of Storefront's 1982 innaugural event Performance A-Z filmed by Arleen Schloss . The gallery will be open with extended hours and the bookshop will be open, with books featured throughout Z-A for sale. 

 


L
Oct 5
Stefano Boeri , Gianluigi Ricuperati and the editorial team present the new Abitare magazine. With the September '07 issue, Abitare, the bilingual English/Italian monthly architecture publication, passes under the editorship of Boeri after the 15-year tenure of Italian architect and designer Italo Lupi. Boeri and guests will discuss the new editorial line, in particular the intersection between architecture, art and literature, hinted at in the magazine's new subtitle: Dwelling Stories, Telling Spaces. 


K
Oct 6  
Tomas Saraceno is an artist based in Frankfurt, Germany. After studying architecture under Peter Cook, Mark Wigley and others, he began an ongoing research into inhabitable lighter-than-air airborne structures as a solution to the world's exploding population. For Performance Z-A, Saraceno will hold an open discussion with invited guests (TBA) on the potential of new materials such as Aerogel. Saraceno will also present a visionary project under development that will be presented at Storefront in 2008. 

J
Oct 7
Anselm Franke is a curator and writer based in Antwerp and Berlin. He is currently the Artistic Director of Extra City Center for Contemporary Art in Antwerp. He was recently announced as co-curator of the forthcoming Manifesta 7, the European Biennial of Contemporary art, hosted in different location every two years. Franke, who curated An Uneven Exchange of Power at Storefront in 2004, will present the program-in-progress of the biennial and discuss the opportunities and limitations of this roving exhibition format in the wake of the controversial cancellation of Manifesta 6.


Pedro Reyes will present footage from "Palas Por Pistolas", a project that involved a voluntary donation of weapons

from civilians in the city of Culiacan in Western Mexico. This city suffers the highest rate of deaths by firearms. For this project 1650 arms have been collected. The footage shows the destruction of these arms that will be melted and casted into farming tools for a foresting campaign and educational purposes. After the film, there will be a discussion about the theories of social scientist Jacob Levy Moreno who in the nineteen-forties proposed Sociatry as field of research and a set of practices aimed to heal society.


I
Oct 8
(Revised program)
10 am:For Columbus Day, Lorenzo Romito and other members of Rome-based research group Stalker Lab present NY Peace Walk: In the Footsteps of Paul Auster. Starting at Storefront at 10am, participants will walk to the United Nations Building spelling the word PEACE along the way.

7 pm : In the evening, members of Stalker Lab will meet in Ring Dome Pavilion to present photographs of the day's walk as well as their 7-year ongoing study on an ex-slaughterhouse in Rome as a laboratory of cultural interactions between Stalker and the emergent communities formed by Gypsies, refugees and clandestine immigrants.


H
Oct 9

Internationally renowned photographer Ramak Fazel tells the remarkable story of his most recent photographic project, to be exhibited at Storefront in 2008. In the summer of 2006, Fazel set out in a camper van to visit and photograph every Capitol Building in the 50 States and the everyday life of the people who work in and around them. A third of the way through his trip, Fazel is detained and mirandized on suspicions of terrorism. He is released and continues his journey, but from then on his observations of everyday America occur in the context of continuous police interrogation and FBI surveillance. 


G
Oct 10
(Revised program)
A collaborative musical venture between singer songwriters Emma Zakarevicius and Sasha Markovic.


F

Oct 11

Rescheduled due to weather



E
Oct 12  
Photographer Luca PIzzaroni installs his first sculpture project "Labels" in the ring pavilion. He co-authored Endcommercial: Reading the City, an analytical observation of recurring urban iconographies of New York and various cites. Endcommercial:Reading the City contains over 60,000 images and is still widely acclaimed for creating a new visual vocabulary that depicts the urban experience.
Vito Acconci, co-designer with Steven Holl of the Storefront façade, discusses the possible options for the project’s restoration fifteen years after it was built. Acconci, who today runs the architectural practice Acconci Studio, will also present and discuss his office’s recent work.


D
Oct 13

Artist Dan Graham, whose work was exhibited in Environmental Aesthetic at Storefront in 1986, in conversation with architectural historian and theorist Beatriz Colomina. Graham will show and discuss his most recent photographic work, a contemporary revisitation of his photographic documentation of New Jersey in the late Sixties.
Neil Greenberg grafts real-world metropolitan challenges onto his imagined cities. He’s in the second phase of Fake Omaha, which includes the creation of a central city, its suburban area, its history, its problems, its plans and its future. Greenberg lives in Detroit where during the day he schedules buses for a mid-size transit authority and runs a small, upstart transit system on the side.


C
Oct 14

Are you there G-D? Its Me, Heavy-Meta choreographed and performed by robbinschilds with "the man for the job" played by Michael Helland and music by Deep Forest. robbinschilds was formed by choreographers Sonya Robbins and Layla Childs in 2003 to present highly visual dance works that explore the intersection between architecture and human movement. Performances include Seriously Heavy (I hurt myself hurting you (June 2006), a site-reactive work at the Autumn Skate Bowl in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and C.L.U.E. (December 2005) at Triskelion Arts.


B
Oct 15

Recent video and film artworks by artists-in-residence at Akademie Schloss Solitude.
THe film program was organized as an adjunct public event to the exhibition Searching for an Ideal Urbanity, an interdisciplinary project curated by the Italian architect Fabrizio Gallanti in cooperation with fellows of Akademie Schloss Solitude, which was presented at Solitude in spring of 2007. The works in the film program deal with different forms of urbanity, taking a sociological, architectural or narrative approach.


(1) Korpys/Löffler and Marcus Kaiser, Super Sam (2002), 13 min. (with english subtitles)


(2) Susanne Bürner huts (2007), 2.30 min.


(3) Susanne Bürner Ohne Titel (2004), 5.30 min.


(4) Sanford Biggers A small world (1999-2002), 6.30 min.


(5) Krassimir Terziev A Place (Playground)(2004), 10 min.


(6) Susanne Bürner 50.000.000 can't be wrong (2006), 6.24 min.


(7) Susanne Bürner Finistère (2005), 5.40 min.


(8) Korpys/Löffler Digging Deep (1999), 42 min. (with english subtitles)


(9) Daniel Kunle and Holger Lauinger NEULAND (2006), 75 min. (with english subtitles)



A three-second-video from the Spots series by Alexander Schellow was shown in the intermission between the films above.


A
Oct 16

A live sound work by Barbara Held. Barbara Held, one of the participants in Performance A-Z at Storefront in 1982, is a flutist who moves out of the time frame of concert music, combining sound and image in installations that usually include live performance. Recent works include Microcòsmics, a project curated by Joan Fontcuberta in which she worked with electron microscope imagery and sound.


A final screening of Arleen Schloss's footage of the 1982 Performance A-Z will close this event.






Storefront's program is generously supported by:
New York State Council for the Arts (NYSCA)
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)
New York City Department for Cultural Affairs (DCA)

Performance Z-A is sponsored by:
Kaye Scholer LLP
Sennheiser USA
The Maritime Hotel and Bowery Hotel

Media Sponsor:

The Architect's Newspaper


Performance Z-A visiting artists are supported by:
Me&Ro
Carlsberg
Citizens for NYC
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
PARC Foundation
Bread 20 Spring
The Color House New York
Esquina
Richard Gluckman
General Strategic Marketing
Mexican Cultural Institute New York
MEXICANA
Japan Foundation New York
Davis Brody Bond Aedas
Italian Cultural Institute

The New York Bike Share Project Seminar 3: Josh Squire

Wednesday July 11, 2007

Josh Squire talks about JC Decaux\'s bikeshare schemes in Paris, Lyon and Vienna

The New York Bike Share Project Seminar 2: Carlos Pujol

Tuesday July 10, 2007

Carlos Pujol presents Cemusa\'s bikeshare scheme in Pamplona

The New York Bike Share Project Seminar 1: Richard Grasso

Monday July 9, 2007

How do bikesharing projects in Europe work? As part of the New York Bike Share Project, jointly organised by Storefront for Art and Architecture and the Forum for Urban Design, Richard Grasso from Clear Channel Adshel present the SmartBike schemes his company runs in Barcelona, Stockholm and Oslo and explains what advertising companies have to do with free bicycles

The New York Bike-Share Project

Saturday July 7, 2007 – Wednesday July 11, 2007

Forum for Urban Design

The New York Bike-Share Project

A summer charette produced by the  Forum for Urban Design  and Storefront For Art and Architecture 
www.nybikeshare.org  

Daily July 7-11: Free bikes from 97 Kenmare Street and a roving satellite station. 

Imagine walking to a sidewalk corner and finding a public bicycle. With a cellphone call or swipe of a card, you unlock it from its bike rack and ride it across town. Once at your destination, you steer to the closest bike rack and, with one more call or card swipe, return the bike to the public network. You pay less than $.50 for the trip, and the bike is once again available for the taking. 

Bike-sharing already exists in cities across Europe, including Oslo, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Lyon and Frankfurt. Paris alone is currently installing over 10,000 bikes at 750 stations. Bike-sharing is a reality overseas, revolutionizing transportation networks and greening the urban fabric. How could it launch in New York? 

From July 7-11, 2007, the Forum For Urban Design, partnering with Storefront for Art and Architecture, introduced New Yorkers to bike-sharing through a highly-visible, five-day design charette. Located at one of the most exciting street corners in Lower Manhattan, The New York Bike-Share Project consisted of three parts: an experimental bike-share (free bike rentals!), an exhibition of European successes, and a design charette with public presentations. 

Schedule of events 
July 7-11, ALL DAY: Free 30-minute bike rentals from 97 Kenmare Street and a second bike-share “station” whose location changed each day. 
July 9, 6:00 pm: Public presentation of bike share programs in Barcelona, Stockholm and Oslo 
July 10, 6:00 pm: Pamplona, Lyon and Paris 
July 11, 6:00 pm: Presentation of the charette results and closing reception 

The Experiment (free bike rentals!) 
From July 7-11, New Yorkers and tourists alike enjoyed free 30-minute rides between Storefront for Art and Architecture (97 Kenmare St.) and a second bike-share station. Locations for the second station included the Hudson River Park, Washington Square Park, Williamsburg, City Hall, and SoHo. 

The Exhibition 
Storefront for Art and Architecture (97 Kenmare St.) hosted a exhibition of European bike-share programs and the people who use them. It was open to the public from July 7-11. 

The Charette 
The Forum For Urban Design facilitated a public charette to imagine a future bike-share program in New York City. Public presentations from design and transportation experts took place on July 9 and 10. Final charette results were published on nybikeshare.org.

The Website 
Our website  www.nybikeshare.org  streamed real-time text and video blogging of the New York Bike-Share Project throughout its five days. 

Sponsors 
Cemusa (www.cemusa.com) 
Clear Channel Adshel (www.clearchanneladshel.com) 
Metro Bicycles (www.metrobicycles.com) 
Bike and Roll (www.bikeandroll.com)

 

CCCP: Small Talks

Tuesday June 12, 2007

CCCP: Small Talks

To mark the closing of the exhibition CCCP: Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed , Storefront hosted two lectures by eminent architecture historians on the influences and inspirations behind Soviet architecture of the '70s and '80s. The lectures were followed by a reception and a late viewing of the exhibition.

Tuesday, June 12

6:30pm
Anna Bronovitskaja: Soviet Architecture 1970-1989


How could such unusual and eclectic architecture be produced in a era notorious for mass-prefabrication and highly-standardized construction processes? This talk offered an insight into the social and cultural context into which the buildings documented in the CCCP exhibition were born, with specific reference to key events such as the exhibition of Finsterlin drawings in the Moscow Museum of Architecture or the construction of a Buckminster Fuller pavilion in the 'America' exhibition in Sokolniki.

Anna Bronovitskaja is editor of Moscow-based architecture magazines Project Russia and Project International. She is also Associated Professor at Moscow Institute of Architecture, and the co-author of the guide-book Moscow Architecture
1920-1960.


Saturday, June 16

6:30pm
Anna Sokolina: Architecture as Collateral Damage: War Memorials and Rebirth of Patriotism in Soviet Russia


This talk traced the role of monuments and war memorials within the framework of constructed social utopias, touching on issues of looting and provenance in art, the designs of war memorials across Russia and Eastern Europe and the global discourse of totalitarian architecture and democracy. Tracing the parallels between Khrushchev’s Thaw (1960s), Brezhnev’s Stagnation (1970s) and Gorbachev’s Glasnost (1980s) and their resonances in Soviet Modernism, Technologism, and Postmodernism, this lecture offered an insight into the architectural manifestations of mass propaganda, political delusion and deception, and the climax, twilight, and demise of Communist Utopia.

Anna Sokolina is an architecture/art historian and Assistant Professor at Miami University School of Fine Arts Department of Architecture and Interior Design. Sokolina received her Ph.D. in Architecture from the Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Sciences Research Institute for Theory of Architecture, and M.Arch. from the Moscow Architectural Institute. She is currently working on two book projects, Architecture Behind the Iron Curtain: Russia and East Germany 1945-1990, and second edition of Architecture and Anthroposophy.


The CCCP Small Talks were made possible thanks to the generous support of the Trust for Mutual Understanding.

Postopolis!

Tuesday May 29, 2007 – Saturday June 2, 2007

BLDGBLOG, City of Sound, Inhabitat, and Subtopia

Postopolis!

Postopolis! is a five-day event of near-continuous conversation about architecture, urbanism, landscape, and design. Four bloggers, from four different cities, will host a series of live discussions, interviews, slideshows, panels, talks, and other presentations, and fuse the informal energy and interdisciplinary approach of the architectural blogosphere with the immediacy of face to face interaction.

 

 

BLDGBLOG (Los Angeles), City of Sound (London),Inhabitat (New York City), and Subtopia (San Francisco) will meet in person to orchestrate the event, inviting everyone from practicing architects, city planners, and urban theorists to military historians, game developers, and materials scientists to give their take on both the built and natural environments. For the past five years, blogging has helped to expand the bounds of architectural discussion; its influence now spreads far beyond the internet to affect museums, institutions, and even higher education. Postopolis! is an historic opportunity to look back at what architecture blogs have achieved – both to celebrate their strengths and to think about their future.

 

 

 

Participants:



Lebbeus Woods, Mark Wigley, Laura Kurgan, Michael Sorkin & Mitchell Joachim, Stanley Greenberg, Joel Sanders, Susan Szenasy, DJ /rupture, Andrew Blum, Jake Barton, William Drenttel, Tom Vanderbilt, Michael Bierut, Lawrence Weschler, Robert Krulwich, Benjamin Aranda & Chris Lasch, Randi Greenberg, Allan Chochinov, Julia Solis, Ada Tolle & Giuseppe Lignano, Scott Marble, Paul Seletsky, Robert Neuwirth, Wes Janz, James Sanders, David Benjamin & Soo-in Yang, Eric Rodenbeck, Kevin Slavin, Gianluigi Ricuperati, Quilian Riano, Miss Representation, Enrique Gualberto Ramirez, George Agnew, Chad Smith, Abe Burmeister, John Hill and many more.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday 29 May

 

 

 

3:00 pm: Robert Krulwich

 

3:40 pm: Tobias Frere-Jones

 

5:00 pm: Stanley Greenberg

 

5:40 pm: Michael Kubo (Actar)

 

6:30 pm: Geoff Manaugh (BLDGBLOG), Dan Hill (City of Sound), Jill Fehrenbacher (Inhabitat) and Bryan Finoki (Subtopia) in a back-to-back pecha kucha presentation followed by opening reception

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday 30 May

 

 

 

1:30 pm Benjamin Aranda & Chris Lasch

 

2:10 pm: Matthew Clark (Ove Arup)

 

4:00 pm: Panel on Sustainability with Susan Szenasy, Graham Hill , Allan Chochinov, Jill Fehrenbacher

 

5:30 pm: Scott Marble

 

6:10 pm: Paul Seletsky

 

6:50 pm: LOT-EK (Ada Tolla & Giuseppe Lignano)

 

7:30 pm: Michael Sorkin & Mitchell Joachim

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 31 May

 

 

 

1:30 pm: DJ /rupture

 

2:50 pm: Gianluigi Ricuperati

 

3:30 pm: Monica Hernandez (Lifeform)

 

4:10 pm: Jeff Byles

 

4:50 pm: Wes Janz

 

5:30 pm: Lebbeus Woods

 

6:10 pm: Robert Neuwirth

 

6:50 pm: Jake Barton

 

7:30 pm: Joel Sanders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 1 June

 

 

 

1:30 pm: Julia Solis

 

2:10 pm: Andrew Blum

 

3:00 pm: Tom Vanderbilt, Michael Bierut and William Drenttel

 

4:10 pm: James Sanders

 

4:50 pm: David Benjamin & Soo-in Yang

 

5:30 pm: Kevin Slavin

 

6.10 pm: Eric Rodenbeck

 

6:50 pm: Laura Kurgan

 

7:30 pm: Lawrence Weschler

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday 2 June

 

 

 

2-4 pm: Conversations with Neil Smith, Keller Easterling, Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley

 

4.15 pm: Randi Greenberg

 

4.30 pm: Bloggers open house with back-to-back presentations and discussions with Quilian Riano (Archinect), Miss Representation, Enrique Gualberto Ramirez (aggregat456), George Agnew (Architecture of Fear), Chad Smith (Tropolism), Abe Burmeister (Abstract Dynamics), John Hill (Archidose), Alec Appelbaum (NY Magazine), Aaron Plewke (Archinect) and many more.

 

7pm: Closing party with drinks and DJ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Six Square

Thursday September 16, 1999 – Saturday October 2, 1999

Julia Mandle

Six Square

Six Square, a site-specific dance performance conceived by the Brooklyn-based experimental arts company J Mandle Performance, turned the space of Storefront inside-out. Dancers manipulated the positions of the rotating façade panels as they navigated between the threshold of the interior and the exterior of the gallery. This spatial investigation was mirrored in the multi-layered costumes worn by the dancers. Similar to the panels, the costumes were transformed by the dancers throughout the duration of the piece, calling into question the convergence of interior and exterior space, whether physical or psychological. As the performance took over the gallery and sidewalk, the audience was relocated to the street, challenging the traditional experience of viewing a performance.

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