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Artists on Artists: The Standing On The Corner Art Ensemble

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

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7:00pm—
9:00pm

Studio Museum 127, 429 W 127 St, New York, NY 10027

Adult Programs, inHarlem, Dozie Kanu, Public Program, Readings & Performances

Explore the transformative quality of sound in a two-night performance series inspired by the latest inHarlem exhibition Dozie Kanu: Function. On the second evening, New York City-based collective The Standing On The Corner Art Ensemble performs live in an abstract dialogue with the works on view. The performances also feature a playlist curated by exhibiting artist Dozie KanuListen to the playlist here.

This program is paired with Artists on Artists: chukwumaa & Ari Melenciano.

Registration is required. Please arrive early as capacity is limited. Doors open at 7pm. Performances start at 7:30pm. Studio Museum 127 is accessible by wheelchair. 

The Standing On The Corner Art Ensemble was founded in 2016 and functions best in Brooklyn, New York. The collective produces musical, visual, and experiential works that equate hyperlocal incidence to cosmological wisdom. Visiting sites of emotional resonance under the weight of subjective histories, the Art Ensemble seeks to uncover the mysteries and ghosts of hidden truths through focused interpretation.