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Alicia Hall Moran and Jason Moran: BLEED

Fri, May 11, 2012
1–9 pm

Fourth Floor

For their Biennial residency, Alicia Hall Moran and Jason Moran present five days of live music, exploring the power of performance to cross barriers and challenge assumptions, as their title, BLEED, suggests. With a line-up of concerts and events spanning music, dance, theater, and literature, as well as an exhibition of past video collaborations with Glenn Ligon, Joan Jonas, Kara Walker, and Simone Leigh and Liz Magic Laser—and a new video by the cultural historian Maurice Berger—BLEED is a celebration of surprising synergy across the visual arts and music.


1:30 pm
F.M. Radio (The Alexander Technique)
      Gwen Ellison, teacher of the
      Alexander Technique
      Jessica Wolf, teacher of the
      Alexander Technique
      Alicia Hall Moran, student
      Jason Moran, student

2:30 pm
Contemplation (in memoriam
Warren George Rock Wilson)

      Gila Goldstein, piano

3 pm
Art Songs
      Joan Jonas
      Glenn Ligon
      Whitfield Love & Fred Wilson
      Wangechi Mutu
      Lorna Simpson
      Pat Steir
      Kara Walker
      Carrie Mae Weems
      By Jason Moran (piano) and Alicia Hall Moran

4 pm
      Alicia Hall Moran, vocals
      Brandon Ross, guitar
      Jason Moran, piano

5:30 pm
Gender Matters

      Akiba Solomon

6 pm
Free The Girls

     By Dream Hampton
     as read by LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs

6:30 pm
The Bandwagon featuring Joan Jonas
     Joan Jonas, toys and objects
     Jason Moran, piano
     Tarus Mateen, bass
     Jamire Williams, drums

7:15 pm
Improvisation with Mutually Assured Destruction featuring Jason
Moran & The Bandwagon
     By Karaoke Walkrrr (Kara Walker)
     Jason Moran, piano
     Tarus Mateen, bass
     Jamire Williams, drums

8 pm

Free with Museum admission; no special ticketing required.

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