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Between the interior of David Geffen Hall and the exterior of the world, there exists a veil. For decades, curators and decision-makers of culture have kept art inside and kept everything else out, cultivating what belongs in that category of art and determining what is rejected. But unsurprisingly the world has cracked through. Art inside the hall is forced to contend with windows flanking the walls that infuse the work with light, sound, and visible access to viewers outside the structure. The Digital Sundial intensifies that contention, replicating the impact external culture has on Lincoln Center through video projection, sound, and architecture. Elements of the work are visible from the street beyond the hall, allowing non-entrants viewership—weakening the veil between the praised and the discarded and challenging who is allowed to pass its borders.

Concept & Design by Wyatt Moniz
wyattmoniz.com

Composer & Sound Designer Mobéy Lola Irizarry
mobeyirizarry.com

With technical support & animations by Matthew Deinhart
matthewdeinhart.com

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Guest Experience at 212-875-5456 or [email protected].

 

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