John Cage

Related EAI Public Programs

 
 
CHARLOTTE MOORMAN: Rarely Seen Television and Video Performances
Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI) 535 West 22nd Street, 5th floor
New York, NY 10011

Thursday, October 20, 2016
6:30pm

EAI is pleased to present an evening focused on groundbreaking performance artist Charlotte Moorman's rarely screened performances for and with television and video. Centered around her extraordinary 1973 televisual "realization" of John Cage's 26' 1.1499" For A String Player at the WNET/Thirteen TV Lab, with collaborators Nam June Paik and Jud Yalkut, this program highlights how radically Moorman calibrated her performances for unconventional contexts, further disrupting traditional artistic hierarchies. Barbara Moore, independent scholar and close associate throughout Moorman's professional career, will be in conversation following the screening.

This program is organized in conjunction with the exhibition A Feast of Astonishments: Charlotte Moorman and the Avant Garde, 1960s-1980s, on view at NYU's Grey Art Gallery through December 10, 2016.
 
JOHN CAGE'S ONE11 AND 103
ON THE HIGH LINE
The High Line The 14th Street Passage
at West 14th Street.
New York, NY 10011

August 2 - September 13, 2012
1pm - 11pm, Daily

EAI collaborated with High Line Art, a program of Friends of the High Line, to celebrate the John Cage Centennial with a special outdoor presentation of Cage's film and sound composition One11 and 103 (1992) on the High Line, New York City's acclaimed elevated public park. EAI's presentation of Cage's One11 and 103 launched High Line Channel 14, a new outdoor video program featuring daily screenings in the passageway above West 14th Street on the High Line.
 
INTERACTIONS
NY Center for Media Arts and EAI present 535 W 22nd Street, New York City

October 4 - November 3, 2002

This exhibition, which included works from 1969 to 2001, paired artists in three programs that explore improvisation and process, the interaction of technology and gesture, and visions of the virtual self. The programs included works by Peggy Ahwesh and Kristin Lucas; Nam June Paik and Steina; and John Cage and Bruce Nauman.