Following the developmental residency at the Watermill Center in October, a work-in-progress presentation of Frontier took place at New York Theatre Workshop’s 4th St. Theatre on January 31.  An additional creation residency, from January 10-21,  was awarded by NYU/Gallatin.

As mentioned in earlier posts, the locations in which Frontier’s narrative unfolds respond to works in the Whitney’s permanent collection. Below is a video still of Scene 58 from the Jan. 31st work-in-progress showing. The work it responds to is seen below it.

Scene 58 (video still)

Robert Adams, Motel, 1969

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I felt I’d been here before, was reviewed in Artforum.

The project Frontier was awarded a residency at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, in conjunction with New York Theater Workshop. An open rehearsal will be conducted at the Center on Saturday, October 16. Please contact for details.

I felt I’d been here before

September 1, 2010

Images and video from I felt I’d been here before, a solo exhibition of installed video works at Belfast Exposed, have been posted here.

Water Clock

August 27, 2010

A new work in the History Plays series, Water Clock, has been posted on the History Plays page.  Water Clock, responds to Joseph Cornell’s, Celestial Navigation.  Special thanks again to the Americas Society, where this piece was filmed, for their generous cooperation and support.

Lobby

August 3, 2010

A new work in the History Plays series, Lobby, has been posted on the History Plays page.  Lobby, responds to Eva Hesse’s, Untitled (Rope Piece).  Special thanks again to Sady Sullivan and the Brooklyn Historical Society, for their generous assistance in the creation of this piece.

Jonathan

August 3, 2010

A new work in the History Plays series, Jonathan, has been posted on the History Plays page.  Jonathan, responds to Donald Judd’s, Untitled.  Special thanks to the Americas Society, where this piece was filmed, for their generous assistance.

Foyer

July 8, 2010

A new work in the History Plays series, Foyer, has been posted on the History Plays page.  Foyer, responds to Cindy Sherman’s, Untitled.  Special thanks to the Americas Society, where this piece was filmed, for their generous assistance.

Seasonal

July 8, 2010

A new work in the History Plays series, Seasonal, has been posted on the History Plays page.  Seasonal, responds to Cy Twombly’s, Untitled.  Special thanks to the Americas Society, where this piece was filmed, for their generous assistance.

The Band

July 3, 2010

The Band, a 20-min solo performance, was created in response to, and performed on, 5 Songs, a Martin Kersels sculpture in the 2010 Whitney Biennial.