In his first public piece in New York, site-specific, social choreographer Ernesto Pujol asks: “What if we could go back in time to revisit, repair, restore?”
Set in St. Paul’s Chapel, a primary refuge for first responders after 9/11, the work is performed in silence by Pujol and 23 artists, who enter at thirty-minute intervals. Lasting 24 hours, Time After Us creates a solitary yet connected community and invites people from all walks of life to observe and reflect on the nature of the paths we take.
Crossing the Line 2013 Commission
with Ernesto Pujol & Carol Becker
Wed, Sept 25 at 7pm
Rubin Museum of Art, 150 W 17th St, NYC
Carol Becker, Writer and Dean of Columbia University School of the Arts, joins Ernesto Pujol for a talk about the process of Pujol's sited performance work as it has evolved in relationship to the Buddhist concept of “Ignorance.”
Presented as part of the Rubin Museum’s new conversation series.
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