The nine-week period from February to May spanned nine weeks. Hard Return: 9 Experiments for this MomentThe Neuberger Museum of Art will become a site of collaboration and investigation. This exhibition is located in the heart of Purchase College, SUNY campus in Westchester County, New York. It is co-curated and curated by acclaimed performance artist. Kate GilmorePerformance art scholar Jonah WestermanBoth are members of the Purchase College faculty.
Nine artists were commissioned to create a variety of participatory, week-long projects. They explore the impact of history on the present and propose different ways of understanding and shaping community.
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Brendan Fernandes (February 1–5)
Working with a fashion expert Pose cast member Jason Rodriguez and an ensemble of student dancers, Fernandes’s dance piece is a response to African art in the Neuberger collection, considering the transmission of cultural forms and knowledges across time and space and from body to body.
Alix Pearlstein ’88 (February 15–19)
“Inventory” blurs the lines between then and now, self and other, live and recorded by using improvisational exercises to examine a personal archive of objects from previous artworks — props, structures, gestures — with a group of student actors.
Daniel Bozhkov (February 22–26)
Bozhkov is an active participant in soil science and cucumber research. He collaborates with Erin Gee, a professor, and students to create and perform an opera in five acts. This opera considers multiple futures, and pushes the science fictional limits of the past.
Nao Bustamante (March 8–12)
Bustamante and a group student actors present a series theatrical set pieces that revolve around the history and use of optics in gynecology. They also discuss how these have influenced and informed notions of femininity and womanliness.
Amber Hawk Swanson (March 29–April 2)
Hawk Swanson will film episodes The Harmony ShowShe developed a multi-faceted talkshow called, along with Davecat and Sidore, her collaborators. The Harmony ShowThis article explores issues of personhood and desire in two modalities.
Emily Coates (April 5–9)
Coates explores the history of cosmic dancings and their attempts at calculating the heavens in human scale using movement. He interweaves a multichannel video installation with a dance performance featuring original choreography, music and cameos from Purchase College science faculty.
Autumn Knight (April 12–16)
Featuring performers from the college community, the sculptural installation and dialogue-based performance work “Complain/Disappoint” explores affective labor, vulnerability, and the expectations placed on workers who we ask to shoulder others’ burdens while ignoring that they have their own.
Patty ChangAleksija and Astrida Neimanis (April 26–30)
Performers and audience members interact together in a participatory, immersive setting that explores the seams between sight, touch, and sounds as well as the boundaries between individual and collective experiences.
Jesus Benavente (May 3–7)
Benavente’s series of installations and interventions explore the ways our surroundings shape our sense of self and the permissible, offering glimpses of how people can push back on these limitations and expand our sense of the possible.
Admission to the Neuberger Museum of ArtIt is completely free
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