A collaboration with Jennifer Monson, Chris Cogburn, Kate Cahill, Maggie Bennettt and Katrin Schnabl
October 1-10, 2010
SIP (Sustained Immersive Process)/Watershed an investigation into the NYC Regional watershed viewed as a meta-choreography of the historical, geological, and cultural layers of the interaction of built and natural phenomena of water in the region.Public events will be held October 1 - 3 and 7 - 10. There will be four, 40-minute events daily in the mornings and late afternoons. Performance locations include two sites on Governors Island, the Nature Walk at Newtown Creek Sewage Treatment Plant, under the Manhattan Bridge, 164th Street at the Hudson River, and 59th Street at 12th Avenue. See detailed schedule below. The audience for SIP/Watershed is limited to 8 people per event. Reservations are required. To reserve space, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a first and second choice event time. The iLAND staff will reply confirming the event time, location and details for each reservation. Admission is free.