Jun 22 9pm
Set adrift in the palindromic live multimedia performance. After the sun sets to the west, the East River becomes the backdrop and the stage for this highly physical and technological live-art experiment in time travel. Cameras, projectors, microphones, and underwater camera housings turn the viewer’s perception of time backwards in a city that is uncompromisingly charging forward.
For more information on the Laurie Anderson curated series see Anderson
Andrew Schneider is a Brooklyn-based performer and interactive-electronics artist. His performance and design work critically investigates our everyday emotional, physical, and psychological dependence on technology. Schneider creates and performs his own solo performance works, is a Wooster Group company member (video/performer), and builds interactive electronic art works and installations.
Schneider’s original performance work includes WOW+FLUTTER, The Chocolate Factory (2010); and RETROGRADE, Abrons Art Center (2011). Schneider was a resident artist at LEMURplex (2006).
Schneider creates wearable, interactive electronic art works such as the Solar Bikini, (a bikini that charges your iPod). His interactive work has been featured in such publications as Art Forum and Wired, and at the Center Pompidou in Paris. Schneider has served as an Adjunct Professor at NYU, Bowdoin, and Carleton College. He holds an M.A. from NYU and a B.F.A. from Illinois Wesleyan University.