NADA Presents: Friday
1pm: Reverie, a performance by Noritoshi Hirakawa.
In a new performance, Noritoshi Hirakawa continues his explorations of sensuality in everyday life through choreography. Dancers perform shifting scenes of daydream, sleep, tenderness, and entanglement. Clothes by Thomas Chen, Emmanuelle NYC. Original music by Raz Mesinai. Featuring dancers Ariane Bernier, Carlye Eckert, Lisa Clementi, Pavel Machuca. Produced by Marisa Newman Projects
2pm: You inspire me with Your determination And I Love You, Tracey Emin! a speech and slideshow by Joshua Smith.
3pm: Independent Curators International (ICI) leads a Conversation with Will Bradley, Artistic Director, Kunsthall Oslo
NADA and ICI present a conversation with Will Bradley, Artistic Director, Kunsthall Oslo, who will speak about contemporary art in Oslo and the program of the Kunsthall. A leading space for contemporary art in Oslo, the Kunsthall is dedicated to supporting and presenting art practices from Norway and around the world, with a singular interest in the social and historical context of art production.
5pm: BHQFU Transparent Critique
Class is in session! Join BHQFU on Friday, May 15th from 5-6:30pm at NADA New York for Transparent Critique, an open-view, interdisciplinary critique class session featuring BHQFU faculty, staff, and students from spring semester 2015. Embedding this class into the fabric of an art fair model furthers our mission of illustrating that BHQFU is not simply a physical location at 34 Ave A; rather, it is a series of questions, a disposition.
6:30pm: 247365 presents a performance by Brian Belott and Matthew Thurber