Katrina Reid: Sub(Urban) Archives
Nov 21 2020
A journey of movement and sound, Sub(Urban) Archives invites us to consider the interplay between memory and migration. From the personal to the collective, how might we move to (re)member? This activation by Katrina Reid, is performed on and around Heather Hart’s rooftop sculpture Oracle of the Twelve Tenses at the Queens Museum.
This 15 minute performance can be attended in-person at Queens Museum or from home via online livestream.
To attend this event at the Queens Museum, register here. Please note that this event will be capped at 25 attendees. Masks are mandatory for all Queens Museum visitors. Event details are subject to change due to COVID-19 guidelines for our area.
To join from home via livestream, tune in here.
ASL interpretation will be provided for online attendees.
Katrina Reid is a dancer and performing artist based in New York, by way of Georgia. They anchor their research in improvisation and devising physical landscapes from text. Her work has been presented at Issue Project Room, Knockdown Center (Sunday Service), the Current Sessions, AUNTS (NYU Skirball & Beach Sessions), Cocoon Theatre, Studio 26 Gallery, BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Dance Chance Atlanta, Florida A&M University, and as a 2016-2017 Dancing While Black Fellow (Angela’s Pulse/BAX). Katrina has been a part of projects by NIC Kay, Phillip Howze, Emily Johnson, David Thomson, Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born, Jonathan González, Marguerite Hemmings, Megan Byrne, and Third Rail Projects, among others.
Photo: Paul Notice
Heather Hart’s Oracle of the Twelve Tenses is presented as part of the exhibition After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?”
After the Plaster Foundation, or, “Where can we live?” is made possible by lead support from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Generous support is also provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts. Special thanks to Powerhouse Arts.
Major funding for the Queens Museum is generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Lambent Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, and the TD Charitable Foundation.