Yve Laris Cohen at PS122
PERFORMANCE SPACE NEW YORK
Traversing dance and visual art, Laris Cohen’s work explores the relationship between the two fields, tracking their overlapping and divergent techniques and structures of support. He often focuses on the specific architectural and economic conventions of the black box, white cube, and sprung floor. For the opening of Performance Space New York’s new theater, Laris Cohen’s new work, P.S.122, maps aesthetic and political fault lines among the building’s tenants over the past 40 years, bringing discrete groups into ambivalent collaboration.
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