This Thursday, July 14th, the Guggenheim Museum will be presenting a new work by Jonah Bokaer, the prolific dance media artist, in the Rotunda of the Museum. Described as the first choreographic dialogue with sculpture, the 40-minute work will be accompanied by a live performance of John Cage’s One? (1991) for solo cello.
This presentation is on one night only, and we are thrilled that the Guggenheim has given us the opportunity to offer Winger readers a chance to win 2 tickets (6pm show) for what is sure to be an incredible dance experience!
To enter, send us a message at win [at] thewinger [dot] com with the correct answer to this question:
What dance company did Jonah Bokaer dance with from 2000-2007?
Please include your full name and telephone number in your reply.
Entries close Wednesday evening (July 13) at 7pm.
One winner will be selected at random, and notified on Thursday morning (July 14th).
For more information, or to purchase tickets, please visit guggenheim.org/onvanishing.
Award-winning dance and media artist Jonah Bokaer has created a new site-specific choreography to be performed on the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s Rotunda floor in response to the exhibition Lee Ufan: Marking Infinity.
Referencing Lee’s multidisciplinary use of space, On Vanishing unfolds as an uninterrupted 40-minute work and presents an accumulation of changes in the bodies of five performers of diverse backgrounds. Through movement and gesture, dimensions of space grow and expand over time, while other dimensions decline. In his first-ever choreographic dialogue with sculpture, Bokaer poses the question “How does the body erase itself, to prefer matter against presence?” Loren Kiyoshi Dempster contributes music with a rare live performance of John Cage’s One? (1991) for solo cello.