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Dance Performance by Yanira Castro

Dance Performance by Yanira Castro

Dates:

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 - 11:00am

At The Invisible Dog

Dear Friends,

The future is now. We have been watching Yanira Castro and A Canary Torsi load in, tech and rehearse The People to Come all week in preparation for their opening on the 25th...and it's almost here! This performance is also an installation and this installation is also an interactive event. Submit a portrait, pattern or task for the dancers to perform - and then come watch it live. Come during the day to watch the archive of past performances, or attend an evening performance to watch recent submissions be performed live. Don't miss it! 

Our dynamic, transgressive programming - and your incredible support - have helped us to be named one of the top galleries in Brooklyn this past week by The L Magazine and  one of the top art spaces in all of NYC by Art Info!
We're in good company and so proud and grateful to be included on these lists!



JUNE 25 - 29
- THE PEOPLE TO COME by A CANARY TORSI - YANIRA CASTRO The People to Come, is a participatory performance installation that invites audience members to become part of the work unfolding before them. more info

THEY TALK ABOUT THE INVISIBLE DOG...

THE L MAGAZINE
A Crash Course on the Brooklyn Art Scene / Brooklyn's 10 Most Important Alternative Art Spaces
With their four floors of studios, exhibition and performance spaces, director Lucien Zayan and associate director Risa Shoup program a jam-packed calendar that since 2009 has included some of the most ambitious and elaborate installations and group shows in the borough.  read the full article here

ARTINFO
30 New York City Art Spaces to Discover This Summer
Occupying a repurposed 30,000-square-foot former factory (which once manufactured the invisible dog leash toy, hence the name) in Brooklyn's Cobble Hill neighborhood, the Invisible Dog Art Center has been operating as a catchall interdisciplinary arts center since late 2009. read the full article here

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