Manon Manavit returns to Deep Water with Willow Gatwood to present an immersive piece of perfomance art at the 108.
“In the post-WW3 era, a charismatic former Canadian
dictator head-of-state delivers long-awaited results of a Psy-Op to his human supporters in the covert fight against AI supremacy.” Text by CHATGPT will be performed by Manavit & Hazen Cuyler of NYC’s Greenhouse Ensemble, with Gatewood transforming e-waste materials into a live soundscape. Join the Resistance
Part of Deep Water Lab, an initiative supporting local early and mid career artists.
The Russian writer Sergei Dovlatov once said: “We endlessly curse Comrade Stalin, and, of course, for the cause. And yet, I want to ask—who wrote the four million denunciations?” This immersive performance created by Dasha Ziborova and Juliette Hermant invites the audience to participate in the sinister process of creating “denunciative drawings.” Commencing at Maison Bergogne with a perfomance, then threaded throughout the day and town, look out for these agents and provocateurs, they will surely be watching you.
Legendary downtown musician, producer and performer David Driver curates and leads our opening night cabaret at the 108. Featuring local artists and special guests inspired by the Eurthymics brilliant soundtrack to the movie 1984 directed by Michael Radford. Come watch the show, grab a drink and toast a great weekend ahead.
An immersive dance installation with hanging fabric, light, bodies and sound. Performed in 15 minute bursts, this collaborative project is made and performed by Corinna Grunn and Hilary Melcher Chapman, with sound design by Baxter. Part of Deep Water Lab, an initiative supporting local early and mid career artists.