The AC Institute’s unmistakable white limousine will be hosted by 3 very different musical and sound artist, Sawako, Joseph F. Di Ponio and Benjamin Lanz, will collaborate and interact with other artists, poets (Rainer Ganahl, Richard Kostelanetz, Elizabeth Gower, Lee Wells, Holly Crawford and …, and you. You’re invited for a special moment in art in our moveable white box salon and experimental space as it provides a temporary residence to an eclectic range of performers. Previous projects in this series: "Critical Conversations in a Limo," "Sound Art Limo" and “Flatland Limo.” Champagne, Manhattan and musical stylists are on the menu.
"Live in the Limo", will run from 3-6pm on March 6th, 7th, and 8th, making half-hour journeys (6 time slots available per day), to and from the entrance of Pier 92, upper level.
Tokyo/Brooklyn-based Sawako, a sound sculptor, a composer/improviser, a timeline-based artist, and a signal alchemist, who will perform an improvised work drawing on the specificities of this peculiar, yet familiar space in motion; New York City-based composer Joseph F. Di Ponio who, in creating interactive pieces, will investigate the properties of this sonic/sounding body; and trombonist/multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Lanz who will be a one-man show—though not one-dimensional, performing a wide variety of multimedia contemporary works, commissions, and improvisations.
This event is free. However, space is very limited. The AC Institute is a 501(c) 3 and is under the Direction of Holly Crawford. This event was Co-curated by Sonya Hofer.