Sunday, February 26, 2012
12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
12–6 PM - M. Wells Outdoor Grilling Station
3–6 PM - Alterazioni Video presents "The New Cinema Event"
3–6 PM - K-HOLE #2 Release
M. Wells Outdoor Grilling Station
Alterazioni Video presents "The New Cinema Event"
The MoMA PS1 Performance Dome
A wrong TV show format without communicative aim,
A situation pushed to extremes
To highlight the weak points of visual and verbal communication
Featuring international guests from around the world,
Video screenings, live music and plenty of free social lube
Please join us for a night of organized media suicide.
Giovanni De Dona'
Eva and Franco Mattes
Luca Babini & Sons
Visual panel discussion
1 Video mixer
1 Smoke Cannon
1 Drum Set
K-HOLE #2 Release
K-HOLE #2: ProLASTicity will be released at MoMA PS1 as a free edition of USB dog tags and will be made available for download on K-HOLE's website.
K-HOLE is a trend-forecasting report by Greg Fong, Sean Monahan, Emily Segal, Chris Sherron, and Dena Yago.
K-HOLE #2: ProLASTicity reports on strategies of delay through four case
— the VW ART HEIST
— PIRACETAM, the multi-focus drug
— Korea's first SmartCity, NEW SONGDO
— the health inspiring JAWBONE UP
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.