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Summary Annie Lanzillotto’s The Flat Earth: “WheredaFFFhuck Did New York Go?”
Date 20th June 2008 Friday
Location Dixon Place, 258 Bowery, 2nd Floor, between Houston & Prince
Contact 212-219-0736
Description Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, June 19, 20, 21, 26, 27 & 28.
Also Thursday, July 3, Friday, July 4, and Saturday, July 5.

Performance: Annie Lanzillotto’s The Flat Earth: “WheredaFFFhuck Did New York Go?”

Annie Lanzillotto leads the hunt for a spiritual New York, taking the Dixon Place audience on a journey down the block and around the corner to Prince and Elizabeth Streets, where, sitting atop the corner blue mailbox, her narrative weaves a palimpsest of the geology of Manhattan and how it supports the current condo construction on that corner over where the old mozzarella maker used to be. Just how far down is the Manhattan Schist we stand and build upon? Her narrative creates a relic of a “real New Yorker.” Is New York for New Yorkers anymore? Where can a New Yorker go? How can a New Yorker stay? Were New Yorkers asking themselves these same questions a hundred years ago? Lanzillotto overlays the questions of era’s past trying to find her own New York, easily shifting between descriptions of tectonic plates and Manhattan Schist, statistics of accidents between horses and cars in 1950, and today’s numbers of evicted. Surreal visions deconstructing urban planning, offer a Fellini-esque look at old New York, and posit creative solutions for the future to where the evicted, “whose expulsion from the urban Eden” just might go and what they might create, citing the history of the creation of Venice by a bunch of refugees on the run from the Barbarians.

8pm

Dixon Place, 258 Bowery, 2nd Floor, between Houston & Prince

Gen Admission: $15, Stu/Sen $12; TDF (Mon-Thurs only)

Advance tickets and more info www.dixonplace.org or 212-219-0736
Categories Cultural event
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Class Public
Recur Rules Everyweek Thu,Fri,Sat
until 2008-07-05
Jump to the 1st Event 19th June 2008 Thursday
Last Modified 4th June 2008 Wednesday
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