blue is
the new
green
all june
at 3LD

PUT YOURSELF IN IT.

From June 5 to 30, 2017, Works on Water turns 3LD Art & Technology Center in Lower Manhattan into a boundary-crossing thought hub for 26 days of art + theater in which a diverse cohort of artists, scientists, water advocates and audiences come together for wide-ranging conversation about the relationship between people and water — on an individual, community, and humanitarian scale.

The play.
(NOT) WATER
is Sheila Callaghan & Daniella Topol’s epic exploration of their epic
exploration of an element so epic it’s taken years to explore.  Co-conceived by Sheila Callaghan and Daniella Topol, written by Sheila, directed by Daniella, created with associate playwright Liza Birkenmeier and a design team that includes Deb O, Broken Chord Collective, Cory Einbinder, Barbara Samuels, with science dramaturgy by Guerilla Science

The exhibition.
New Georges hosts an inaugural triennial!  
 A core group of artists — Torkwase Dyson, Dylan Gauthier, Marie Lorenz, Mary Mattingly, Clarinda Mac Low, Paloma McGregor, Eve Mosher, Nancy Nowacek, Katie Pearl, Sarah Cameron Sunde, Marina Zurkow — whose works of time-based visual and participatory art use water as site or material and principally exist outdoors, will be represented indoors by installations that serve as portals to the works’ dynamic nature.  PLUS satellite projects and one-time art experiences commissioned specifically for Works on Water.

The rest. 
Experiences in climate science as art by Guerilla Science!  Multiple celebrations & opening nights!  Theatrical works-in-progress by New Georges’ 2016-17 “water residents” Helen Banner, Sarah Einspanier, Emerie Snyder and Lisa Szolovits!  Conversations galore with artists/scientists/advocates/urban planners/general smarties!  The Power of 10, a 24-hour art event that partners scientists (and urban planners! and advocates!) with artists to instigate dynamic new works!

How much more could there be??  Oh, just you wait!

The partners.
New Georges is an award-winning nonprofit theater company that has produced and developed innovative and experimental new theater by women in New York City since 1992.    3-Legged Dog and its home, 3LD Art & Technology Center, located at 80 Greenwich Street, exist to produce original works in theater, performance, dance, media and hybrid forms and to explore the narrative possibilities created by digital technology. Guerilla Science is an international collective that connects people with science by creating live experiences in unexpected places that spark curiosity and inspire wonder. Urban Water Makers is a curatorial group driven by a group of artists and thinkers working on/in/with the water.

BLUE IS THE NEW GREEN

JUNE 2017

WoW logo / graphics by Nancy Nowacek

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