May 18, 2022, 7pm
with Elisa Harkins & Joseph M. Pierce
Presented in collaboration with Frieze New York
Currently both in-person performance dates are at capacity. If you would like us to add your name and email address to our waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can contact you when/if space does become available.
To register for our livestream presentation, RSVP here. Please specify May 8th or May 18th livestream, and number of tickets requested.
Artists Space is pleased to present Grandmother Cindy, a newly commissioned multi-media performance work which introduces part 2 of devynn emory's #mymannykinfriends trilogy.
Cindy, our collective Grandmother, is a medical mannequin in transition. She invites you to join her care team in supporting her during a treatment session. Cindy's futurist indigi-kin care team of devynn emory, Elisa Harkins, and Joseph M. Pierce offer medicine amidst a blossoming immersive visual installation at Artists Space.
This performance and care is offered in reciprocity of Cindy sharing with us a collection of stories holding wisdom on the topics of LOVE, LOSS and LAND this June (more info below).
Please join us for two live performances at Artists Space:
May 8th, 7pm ET
May 18th, 7:30pm ET (in collaboration with Frieze New York)
To register for free tickets for in-person performance or livestream, RSVP here.
Please specify May 8th or May 18th, in-person or livestream, and number of tickets requested.
For live, in-person performances at Artists Space proof of vaccination and masks are required. This show will be filmed and accessible by livestream during performance times for audience members who are unable to attend in-person.
The livestream broadcast will include CART captioning. If you are attending in-person or over livestream, please indicate any additional access needs including ASL and audio description with your RSVP or by emailing email@example.com. Artists Space will make every effort to provide these services with 14 days notice.
Artists Space is fully accessible via a wheelchair lift and automated door in front of the entrance on 80 White Street. The cellar gallery can be accessed via the ground floor elevator. If you use the elevator, the distance from the entrance of the building to the elevator is 50 feet. The distance from the elevator to the performance space is 30 feet. If you are using the stairs to access the performance, the entrance to the building is roughly 40 feet from the performance space, accessed by 20 7-inch stairs. Artists Space welcomes assistance dogs, and has wheelchair accessible non-gender-segregated toilet facilities. For access inquiries please contact Artists Space at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212 226 3970.