Chrissie Iles, Bennett Simpson, Michael Smith, and Mark Wasiuta join Dan Graham for a roundtable conversation about his inimitable contributions to performances, music, and architecture.
A rare U.S. screening of Put Blood in the Music (1989), a documentary of the late 1980s downtown New York City music scene, featuring early performances by Sonic Youth, John Zorn, Hugo Largo, and Ambitious Lovers and appearances by Dan Graham, Glenn Branca, Karen Finley and others. Experimental filmmaker, video artist, and director Charles Atlas introduces his film.
Dan Graham joins avant-garde composer and musician Glenn Branca for a conversation about past collaborations, rock music, and shared interests working in New York City.
In this video, narrated by Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Curator Chrissie Iles, artist Dan Graham discusses his works Heart Pavillion (1991), Public Space, Two Audiences (1976), and Opposing Mirror and Video Monitors (1974).
The Feelies, one of the most influential rock bands of the past three decades, play a rare acoustic set. This performance presents the group’s legendary complex guitar layering, driving rhythms, and drone passages.