6:30pm – 8:00pm
June 14, 2023
MR, 122CC – Courtyard Studio
150 1st Avenue New York, NY 10009
- This event is FREE. RSVP is required.
- This event includes auditive guidance.
- This event will take place outside in the Courtyard of 122 Community Center.
[In-Person] Studies Project: Lotto Royale in New York
FREE. RSVP is required for in-person attendance.
We invite artists, audiences, and the general public to join us at Movement Research on June 14 to reflect on the experience of Lotto Royale and continue the conversations initiated by the project around site-specific performance in New York, the aesthetic legacy of the pandemic, and the practice of one-on-one performance.
What is possible to access through the format of one-on-one performance? How has covid changed artists’ practices, and what imprint will the pandemic leave on the aesthetics of art and performance in New York? What are the implications of performance in public space, and what are the complexities of relocating curatorial frameworks and artistic work into different cultural contexts?
These are just a few of the questions raised by Lotto Royale, a program of one-on-one performances (one artist and one audience member) presented in the 2023 River To River Festival on June 10 & 11, 2023.
About Lotto Royale:
Conceived by the artist Camila Malenchini in collaboration with Layton Lachman and the Berlin-based collective T.E.N.T., Lotto Royale is a two-day program of one-on-one performances in public spaces, featuring performances by 17 artists, in which audience members are paired with artists via a lottery system. Lotto Royale was first presented in Berlin in August 2022 with performances by Berlin-based artists. For the River To River Festival, Lotto Royale presents performances by New York–based artists.
[Image Description: Graphic design image with text. Hot pink textured backdrop. Text reads Lotto Royale, Performance Lottery, River To River Festival 2023, New York City.]
-This event includes auditive guidance.
-This event will take place outside in the Courtyard of 122 Community Center.
-To request ASL interpretation, please email [email protected], subject line "Studies Project, John Hoobyar" at least two (2) weeks prior to the workshop start date.
-To request Audio Description, please email [email protected], subject line "Studies Project, John Hoobyar" (3) weeks prior to the workshop start date.
For access-related requests and questions email [email protected], subject line "Studies Project, John Hoobyar"