Future Brown, 2013, at MoMA PS1 as part of VW Sunday Sessions. © 2013 MoMA PS1, New York.

Future Brown, a new project comprised of artist and composer Fatima Al Qadiri, Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda of Nguzunguzu and J-Cush of Lit City Trax debuts excerpts from released and unreleased material at the VW Dome. In coordination with this performance, digital media platform DIS presents Drills, an exhibition of choreographed basketball drills, warm-up exercises, and ball handling. Thunderhorse Ent. turns the VW Dome into a brown Barclay’s Center with two courts and a central projection screen.

This program is made possible by Pitchfork’s FORMS.

MoMA PS1’s acclaimed VW Sunday Sessions program welcomes visitors to experience art live and in real time. Embracing performance, music, dance, conversations, and film, the program vividly demonstrates how these art forms can push us to engage with our contemporary world in creative, illuminating ways. With an emphasis on artistic practices that blur and break traditional genre boundaries, the program supports and commissions new work, inviting artists, curators, and other cultural instigators to share their latest projects.

FORMS is organized by Eliza Ryan, former Assistant Curator at MoMA PS1, Jenny Schlenzka, Associate Curator at MoMA PS1, and Pitchfork editor Brandon Stosuy.

Sunday Sessions is organized by Jenny Schlenzka, Associate Curator with Mike Skinner, Producer, and Alex Sloane, Live Programs Coordinator.

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Sunday Sessions and the VW Dome at MoMA PS1 are made possible by a partnership with Volkswagen of America.

This performance is part of VW Sunday Sessions.