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Madeline Hollander Performance: Steps for "Untitled (Mesh A–J)" – March 12

Madeline Hollander Performance: Steps for "Untitled (Mesh A–J)" – March 12

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Thursday, March 12
5 to 8 pm
Free for members; $20 Adults; $15 Seniors and Students;
$50 Includes Roundtrip Shuttle from NYC
Registration required at

Steps for “Untitled (Mesh A–J)” is a site-specific work developed by artist, dancer, and choreographer Madeline Hollander in response to Eva LeWitt’s installation Untitled (Mesh A–J). The choreography will present a series of 10 movement sequences (A–J) designed for three dancers that will focus on the geometry of the installation’s symmetrical curves, negative space, and acoustics to create choreographic palindromes; sequences that appear the same forward and backwards. The piece will be simultaneously highly choreographed and live, so that patterns will be in continuous flux and evolve over time. The sequences A–J will repeat, but their trajectories and timings will vary according to various conditions and surroundings that will be determined throughout the rehearsal process. Visitors are invited to stay for the entire performance (total duration of 3 hours) or experience a segment of it.  

Madeline Hollander is a New York-based artist whose performance and video work tests the limits of the human body within everyday systems and probes the intersections of dance and the visual arts. Her work was included in the 2019 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

Roundtrip Shuttle from New York City

For this special event we’re pleased to offer a ticket option including roundtrip shuttle transportation from New York City. A $50 ticket includes both the shuttle and performance. Book early as seats are limited!

Shuttle Schedule:

3 pm: Pick up in Chelsea in front of Margaret Thatcher Projects, 539 West 23rd Street, New York, NY
4:30-5 pm: Shuttle arrives at The Aldrich
5 pm: Madeline Hollander Performance
7:30 pm: Shuttle departs The Aldrich
8:45 pm: Shuttle arrives in Chelsea

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