Alan Brake • Allen Frame • Becca Albee • Craig Mod
Cynthia Bittenfield • David Deitcher • Eavan Cleary •
Fryd Frydendahl • Hannah Whitaker • Howie Chen • Jason Simon • Jonathan Taylor • Jorge Perez • Josiah McElhenny • Kylie White • Laurel Braitman • Libby Pratt • Liz Brown• Liz McEnaney • Liz White • Lorena Marrón • Lynne Tillman • María Lebedev • Marina Berio • Mary Lum • Matt Burgess • Matthew Porter • Max Stolkin • Melissa Levin • Michael Famighetti • Michi Jigarjian • Mika Tajima • Moyra Davey • Nica Ross • Nina Katchadourian• Rafael Lemus • Raul Diaz Reyes • Savannah Knoop • Shiori Kawasaki• Stephen Schuster • Teresa LoJacono • Valerie Hegarty • Victor Sira • Will Penrose • William Raff
A collaborative work by artists Michi Jigarjian and Libby Pratt
The Day's Schedule:
2:30 - 4:00 pm
Intro: New Draft Collective | Michi Jigarjian & Libby Pratt
Dedication: Libby Pratt
Reading: Matthew Burgess
Audio Piece: Louise Lawler's Birdcalls
David Deitcher: On Gordon Matta Clark's Day's End
Valerie Hegarty: On her High Line Commissioned piece Autumn on the Hudson Valley with Branches, 2009
Alan Brake and Liz McEnaney: The History of the Hudson River's ecology and urban planning on Governors Island
Nina Katchadourian: Performance of a Sea Shanty Round
We want to thank all the participants as well as LMCC for the opportunity to create and host this project through our Swing Space Residency.
Video by Lorena Marrón
Re-Current lies somewhere between performance, installation, symposium and recreational event. On October 5, 2013, Jigarjian and Pratt hosted the main event aboard the Shearwater Schooner. During the four hour sail around the New York Harbor, a group of writers, artists, curators and urban planners engaged with the ever-changing sociopolitical and physical landscape of Lower Manhattan and Governors Island.
Following the chartered navigational course of the Shearwater, the events’ conversations and performances were guided by the shoreline’s landscape.
New Draft’s multi-tiered event focused on the fluidity of the ever-changing landscape of New York City’s waterfronts and how it manifests in the contemporary art world.