Shelter or Playground: Performance Program

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835 N Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Saturday, February 16

2pm – Merce Cunningham, Canfield, 1969, performed by CalArts Dance.

2:15pm – Alison Knowles, #15 Wounded furniture, 1965, interpreted by CalArts students.

3pm – Trisha Brown, Solo Olos, 1976, performed by CalArts Dance.

3:20pm – Dimitri Chamblas, SLOW SHOW, 2018. Music and sound by Eddie Ruscha

4pm – Jasmin Blasco, Speaking In Tongues, 2019

4:30pm – Alison Knowles, Variation #1 on Proposition, Make a Soup, 1964 interpreted and performed by Art by Translation

5pm – Alvin Lucier, I Am Sitting in a Room, 1969, interpreted by CalArts students.

6pm – Dinner Make a Soup, Alison Knowles

7pm – Collective reading session by Slow Reading Club

 

Sunday, February 17

Throughout the day – Yoko Ono, TAPE PIECE II, 1963, interpreted by CalArts students.

2pm – Yoko Ono, Building Piece for Orchestra, 1963, interpreted by CalArts students.

2:15pm – Simon Leung and Luke Stoneham, Duo, 2018

2:40pm – Presentation by Performa curator Charles Aubin of his research related to Circulations, Performa 17’s architecture and performance program, and the accompanying publication Bodyspacemotionthings (upcoming).

3:40pm – Yoko Ono, Wall Piece for Orchestra, 1962, interpreted by CalArts students.

4pm – Milka Djordjevich, Kinetic Augmentations, 2019

5pm – For Phil Willson, (1979 ) by Pauline Oliveros From Deep Listening Publications, © 2009    
Courtesy of The Pauline Oliveros Trust (www.paulineoliveros.us). Member ASCAP.
Interpreted by CalArts students.

5:20pm – Yoko Ono, Touch poem 5, 1963, interpreted by CalArts students.

5:40pm – Mark Geffriaud, Toast, 2019.

6:20pm – Yoko Ono, TAPE PIECE II, 1963, interpreted by CalArts students.

 

March 9, March 23, April 6, April 20, May 18 and June 1

Milka Djordjevich will perform at 3pm.