Coming Up: Rob Ramirez’ Reflection at The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure’s Experiment #17 (DUMBO)
On Saturday, May 4 and Sunday, May 5, Immediate Medium will present Rob Ramirez’s installation performance Reflection as part of the Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure’s Experiment #17 (DUMBO). If you missed your chance to speak to the priestess at The Future at the End of the World, seek out her sage counsel this weekend in this newly revised and expanded version created in collaboration with IM artist Siobhan Towey.
The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure’s
Experiment #17 (DUMBO)
An interactive performance adventure for one audience member at a time.
Saturday and Sunday, May 4 & 5
Appointments available from 12pm to 5pm
Due to the personalized nature of this performance, appointments are extremely limited.
$20 adults / $15 students & seniors
The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure brings its one-of-a-kind solo experience to a historic brooklyn neighborhood May 4 and 5 with Experiment #17 (DUMBO). Individuals make an appointment for a personalized journey that remixes history, memory, the everyday and the spectacular. Dozens of performers will be scattered through the neighborhood, guiding audiences through a series of unexpected DUMBO encounters.
Experiment #17 (DUMBO) is devised by interdisciplinary artists Andrew Goldberg, Liza Wade Green, Emily Rea, and Radoslaw Konopka, collectively known as The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure (IPA). As a team, the IPA explores the intersection of place and performance and for this project uses the everchanging DUMBO as their headquarters, creating a large-scale, site-specific journey responding to local history and the urban landscape. For the past eight months the IPA has been busy developing relationships with local DUMBO businesses, merchants, and residents who will open unusual and everyday spaces to the public for this unique event that investigates the psychogeographic landscape of the historic neighborhood.
Join the adventure.