*Rave Labor*, 2012, at MoMA PS1 as part of VW Sunday Sessions. © 2012 MoMA PS1, New York.

Hosted by Josh Kline and Jon Santos

The MoMA PS1 Performance Dome becomes a multipurpose, pop-up work party this Sunday, February 19. The Dome’s interior will multitask as a design studio, hosting seven design firms working on site throughout the day; as a DJ lounge where friends and professional acquaintances can enjoy themselves and network; and as a performance event open to the public. The labor and lifestyle of creative workers—graphic designers, architects, DJs, sound designers, prop stylists, and artists—will be presented as performance, an HD, 10,000-lumen graphic-design planetarium. Inside the Dome, our lives as producing beings will circle around the hemisphere’s circumference and through the project cycle: conception, production, promotion, presentation, and celebration. How are you? What have you been working on lately?

Sound Styling + DJ Sets by
$hayne Oliver (Hood By Air, Ghe20 G0th1k)
Matthew Patterson Curry (Safety Scissors)
Alexis Georgopoulos (ARP)

Set Styling by
Andrea Huelse

Design, Architecture + UX by
Labour NY
Leong Leong
Common Space
Exposure NY
HB collaborative

Relaxation and healing by
Lisa Levine

Title by
Joshua Kit Clayton

Utopia is a place where we can work when we want.
Utopia is a place where we can connect with each other.
Utopia is a place where we can feel good about ourselves.
Utopia is a place where friends can become colleagues.
Utopia is a place where coworkers can become lifelong friends.
Utopia is a place where we can share amazing experiences.
Utopia is a place where we can have a lot of fun.

Sunday Sessions is supported in part by The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art.