$10, $8 for students, seniors, Armory members
On the occasion of The Park Avenue Armory’s presentation of Astral Converted, a collaboration between Trisha Brown, Robert Rauschenberg, and John Cage, art historian Susan Rosenberg will present a new perspective on issues of composition, performance and music in the work of Trisha Brown and John Cage. The talk will include still photos and video clips of the dance works Rosenberg discusses. She will be introduced by Julie Martin. Read more about Trisha Brown Dance Company’s Astral Converted.
This program is presented by The Park Avenue Armory and the Trisha Brown Dance Company in conjunction with the Cage Transmitted: 12 Evening celebrating John Cage organized by Norte Maar and E.A.T. Special thanks to Carrie Brown, Trisha Brown Dance Company Manager.
About Trisha Brown:
Trisha Brown was a founding member of Judson Dance Theater, forming Trisha Brown Dance Company in 1970. Brown was the first woman choreographer to receive a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, and has recently added Rolex Arts Initiative Mentor, S.L.A.M. Action Maverick, Bessie Lifetime Achievement, and Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize to her many accolades.
About Susan Rosenberg:
Susan Rosenberg, a writer and curator and associate professor of art history at St. John’s University, New York, is completing a book on Trisha Brown.