We’re welcoming spring with a fantastic line-up of Sunday Sessions performances including Bird Shit (April 7), Kalup Linzy’s new work Romantic Loner (April 14), The Julius Eastman Memorial Dinner by Jace Clayton (April 21), and an open confession hosted by Laurel Nakadate (April 28). In addition, a special cinematic installation of Michelangelo Frammartino: Alberi, co-organized with the Tribeca Film Festival, will be on view in the VW Dome at MoMA PS1 from April 18 through 27. Immersing visitors in the sound and imagery of rustling foliage, Alberi conjures cinema’s mystic and ritualistic powers on the eve of the medium’s own extinction.
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