Linda Montano's workshp

Nicolás Dumit Estévez “Talking life and art while applying eye shadow and eating PB&J on bread”

Nicolás Dumit Estévez, "Talking life and art while applying eye shadow and eating PB&J on bread," 2014

Nicolás Dumit Estévez, Talking life and art while applying eye shadow and spreading PB&J on bread, 2014

 

New York—Join Transart faculty member Nicolás Dumit Estévez for an improvisational experience aboard the Lilac Museum Steamship this Saturday September 27, 2014.

Talking life and art while applying eye shadow and spreading PB&J on bread

Floating Library
Lilac Museum Steamship
Pier 25, Hudson River Park
West St at N. Moore St, New York, NY 10013

2-4:30pm Saturday September 27, 2014

Admission Fee: One lime admits one person. One ripe pineapple admits two people.
*Please note this event is not suitable for those with nut allergies.

Considering the art of the everyday life, Estévez invites people to the Floating Library to “[talk] life and art while applying eye shadow and spreading PB&J on bread” in order to break down dichotomies such as art/life and audience/performer. The “improvisational encounter” will be an open, collaborative event; attendees are encouraged to participate through storytelling, discourse and gestures, for instance.

The Floating Library is a pop-up pedagogical public space aboard the Lilac Museum Steamship berthed at Pier 25 on the Hudson River in New York City from September 6 through October 3, 2014.

Nicolás Dumit Estévez “treads an elusive path that manifests itself through experiences where the quotidian and art overlap.” His work is presented widely worldwide including past exhibitions and performances at Madrid Abierto (ARCOmadrid 2005); 9ª Bienal de la Habana; Performa, New York; IDENSITAT; Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space; Pontevedra Art Biennial; Queens Museum; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Printed Matter; Performance Space 122 (PS 122); Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics; Princeton University; Iris & B Gerald Cantor Film Center at New York University; The Institute for Art, Religion, and Social Justice at Union Theological Seminary; MacDowell Colony; Provisions Library; El Museo del Barrio; Anthology Film Archives; Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts; Center for Book Arts; Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian; Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc.; and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Born in Santiago, Dominican Republic Estévez is currently based in the South Bronx.

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Email this to someone
css.php

Member Login

Forgot Password?

Join Us

Password Reset
Please enter your e-mail address. You will receive a new password via e-mail.