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September 2, 2012

September at MoMA PS1

Ann Liv Young as Sherry in Sherry’s Room, Oct 1 2011, Graz Austria. Photo by JJ Kucek.

September at MoMA PS1

MoMA PS1
22-25 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101

www.momaps1.org

This month, Warm Up concludes on September 8 and we kick-off another season of Sunday Sessions, a weekly series of interdisciplinary artistic programming—from light, sound, and music installations to lectures, readings, screenings, and live performances. Upcoming programs include Summer School 2012 Open House (September 9), the premiere of the Sherry Truck and a performance by Ann Liv Young (September 16) and architectural performances by IKEA Disobedients (September 16 and 23), among others.

Book worms rejoice, the NY Art Book Fair presented by Printed Matter also returns to MoMA PS1 this month (September 28–30), taking over the entire building and the courtyard. The fair and all of its related programming are free and open to the public.

Here’s a full list of events at MoMA PS1 this month:

WARM UP 2012
Saturday, September 8, 2–9pm

Atoms For Peace (DJ set) / XL Recordings / London
Rustie / Warp / Glasgow
Holy Other / Tri Angle / Manchester
Maria Minerva / Not Not Fun / London
Justin Strauss / WhateverWhatever / New York, NY

To purchase tickets, please visit www.momaps1.org/warmup.

Summer School 2012 open house
Sunday, September 9, 1–6pm

MoMA PS1′s Summer School 2012 concludes with an open house of presentations and performances on September 9, 2012. This year’s instructors, Marina AbramovićSteve Paxton, and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, will explain their respective approaches and—in collaboration with the students—present the outcome of their workshops (held earlier this summer).

For more info, please visit www.momaps1.org/summerschool.

Sunday Sessions with Ann Liv Young and IKEA Disobedients
Sunday, September 16, 2012, 12–6pm

Ann Liv Young introduces her Sherry Truck—a mobile Sherapy office, a sculptural coffee shop, and a boutique filled with memorabilia from Sherry’s world. Throughout the afternoon, the artist—in character as Sherry—offers individual or couples Sherapy, serves pink lattes, as well as her wares. At 4pm, Sherry will present her mobile therapy office to the public through song and speech. The audience will have an opportunity to engage with her, ask questions, and share the special day when the world receives a new platform to connect with Sherry. The show may contain adult conduct and may not be suitable for all guests.

In addition, IKEA Disobedients, an architectural performance by Madrid-based Andres Jaque Arquitectos, will take place from 3–5pm as part of the 9+1 Ways of Being Political exhibition on view concurrently at MoMA, and will reveal how recent architectural practices utilize performative actions to engage audiences with architecture in a non-traditional way.

At 5pm, join us for the launch of Evasions of Power: On the Architecture of Adjustment (published by Slought), a book which furthers ongoing discourse about human rights, geopolitical conflict, and territorial sovereignty, with contributions from an array of practitioners from fields including art, literature, philosophy, and architecture.

Sunday Sessions with Fritz Haeg & IKEA Disobedients
Sunday, September 23, 2012, 1–6pm

Join ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 at 2pm for a conversation with multidisciplinary artist Fritz Haeg and Annie Novak, Head Farmer at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Brooklyn and founder/director of Growing Chefs, a field-to-fork food education program.

At 3pm, IKEA Disobedients, an architectural performance by Madrid-based Andres Jaque Arquitectos, will take place.

Printed Matter presents the NY Art Book Fair
September 28–30, 2012

Free and open to the public, the NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogs, monographs, periodicals, and zines presented by more than 250 international presses, booksellers, antiquarians, artists, and independent publishers from over twenty countries.

For a detailed schedule see: www.nyartbookfair.com

Press contact
Rebecca Taylor: T 718 786 3139 / rebecca_taylor@moma.org

 

 

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