Maybe I should have called it ‘My Life in Nineteen Minutes’
74 Pine St., Manhattan
Taking its name from Alexander Calder’s response to Work in Progress, his 1968 theatrical production, Maybe I should have called it ‘My Life in Nineteen Minutes’ is a twelve-hour one-day event that presents a continuous series of artist film screenings, performances and music. Influenced by Calder’s investigations into improvisational performance, appropriated materials and continual change through the development of his iconic ‘mobiles,’ Maybe I should have called it ‘My Life in Nineteen Minutes’ will traverse history by reading it through the present moment, zigzagging through different scenarios via the slippage of time and space. It will engage an active audience through different media and temporalities via numerous set-changes, playfully interrogating life’s intermissions. The schedule of events can be found here.
Featuring performances by: PC Worship, Dan Friel, Ava Luna, Headless Horseman, The So So Glos, Friends & White Suns