Join us on March 23 for our Spring Open House to celebrate the opening of Christoph Schlingensief, Maria Lassnig, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Gavin Kenyon: Reliquary Void, GCC: Achievments in Retrospective, Taster’s Choice, James Ferraro: 100% and Halil Altindere: Wonderland. The opening celebration includes a live program by Korakrit Arunanondchai featuring video and performance.
In conjunction with his exhibition (on view March 9), Korakrit Arunanondchai presents four videos accompanied by live performance featuring his twin brother Korapat Arunanondchai and performance artist Boychild and Jaki Doyka with lighting by AJGvojic of Thunder Horse Ent.
Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2012-2555, 2012, Video and Performance, 20 min
Created in collaboration with Jaki Doyka, Jason Bartell and Dj Nire, 2012-2555 documents a period of one year of the artist’s life in relationship to his grandparents’.
Korakrit Arunanondchai, 2556, 2013, Video and Performance, 20 min
Created in collaboration with Jesus Benavente, Park McArthur and Sarah Workneh, 2556 documents a period of nine weeks that Korakrit spent at a summer residency in Skowhegan, Maine.
Korakrit Arunanondchai, Painting with history in a room filled with men with funny names 2 (2557), 2013, Video and Performance, 15 min
Created in collaboration with Korapat Arunanondchai and Harry Bornstein, this work documents a summer road trip the artist took with his twin Korapat in Thailand. This video is a work in progress.
Korakrit Arunanondchai, The Future, 2014, Video and Performance, 15 min
Created in collaboration with Boychild, this work is a teaser for a future project that will start in summer 2014.
Sunday Sessions is a weekly presentation of performance, moving images, dance, music, and discursive programs. Its mission is to embrace live arts as an integral aspect of contemporary practice and ask how art forms, which unfold in the here and now, produce specific ways of thinking and useful means to engage with the broader world. Every Sunday different artists, curators, thinkers and a range of other cultural agents are invited to share their latest projects and ideas with the MoMA PS1 audience.