On October 9, the Guggenheim Museum and Unsound-creators of the celebrated New York festival-host a variety show of talks, performances, films, readings, statements, and personal reflections by architects, artists, planners, scientists, politicians, philosophers, and musicians as a finale reflecting upon the issues explored within the five editions of the off-site exhibition series stillspotting nyc.
Program visitors will join in a larger conversation about how man-made environments can be reconceived, reshaped, and redesigned to provide increased opportunities for calm and stillness, and will be invited to revisit elements of the site-specific commissions from each of the five New York City boroughs recreated in the Guggenheim rotunda during the evening of the stillspotting nyc: finale.
The program will take place in the Peter B. Lewis Theater of the Guggenheim Museum from 7–10 pm, with a lounge-including restaged elements of stillspotting nyc editions-held in the rotunda from 9–11 pm where specialty stillspotting cocktails will be served. Tickets are $10, $7 members, $5 students. For a complete program description, more information, and tickets, visit stillspotting.guggenheim.org/visit/learn.