Sunday, February 19, 2012
12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
3:00–6:00 PM, The MoMA PS1 Performance Dome
Hosted by Josh Kline and Jon Santos
The MoMA PS1 Performance Dome becomes a multipurpose, pop-up work party this Sunday, February 19. The Dome’s interior will multitask as a design studio, hosting seven design firms working on site throughout the day; as a DJ lounge where friends and professional acquaintances can enjoy themselves and network; and as a performance event open to the public. The labor and lifestyle of creative workers—graphic designers, architects, DJs, sound designers, prop stylists, and artists—will be presented as performance, an HD, 10,000-lumen graphic-design planetarium. Inside the Dome, our lives as producing beings will circle around the hemisphere's circumference and through the project cycle: conception, production, promotion, presentation, and celebration. How are you? What have you been working on lately?
Sound Styling + DJ Sets by
$hayne Oliver (Hood By Air, Ghe20 G0th1k)
Matthew Patterson Curry (Safety Scissors)
Alexis Georgopoulos (ARP)
Set Styling by
Design, Architecture + UX by
Relaxation and healing by
Title by Joshua Kit Clayton
Utopia is a place where we can work when we want.
Utopia is a place where we can connect with each other.
Utopia is a place where we can feel good about ourselves.
Utopia is a place where friends can become colleagues.
Utopia is a place where coworkers can become lifelong friends.
Utopia is a place where we can share amazing experiences.
Utopia is a place where we can have a lot of fun.
ABOUT SUNDAY SESSIONS
Every Sunday between February 5 and May 13, 2012, the MoMA PS1 Performance Dome will house Sunday Sessions, featuring an amalgam of artistic programming—from light, sound, and music installations to lectures by world-renowned scholars and special performances. Various other galleries and rooms inside of the former schoolhouse will also be activated during these weekly sessions.
Sunday Sessions is supported in part by The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art.