Video: José Parlá “Gesture Performing Dance, Dance Performing Gesture” at BAM Fisher

This article was posted by Rise4Art 1 year, 11 months, 1 week, 3 days, 21 hours, 11 minutes ago.

José Parlá became the first artist to create a permanent public work for Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new Richard B. Fisher Building on a 37’ x 7’ wall. Titled Gesture Performing Dance, Dance Performing Gesture, the work took four months to complete and artistically compliments the experimental theater well. The building’s grand opening was on September 10, and Parla’s wall is also visible from the street.


Photo: Arrested Motion

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Jose Parla,
Brooklyn Academy of Music,
Richard B. Fisher,
Gesture Performing Dance, Dance Performing Gesture,

© Rise4Art & 12ozProphet - Tuesday September 18, 2012 at 06:00 PM

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vincent adler on 12ozProphet

That took 4 months to complete? Are you kidding me? You give that guy a 37’ wall and THATS what he does?? This, is, abstract, garbage. Literally, five year old children compose parallel works of art before lunch and nap time.

toughtaco169 on 12ozProphet

” Hey we know this guy lets promote him”

that shit is pure hot garbage.

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