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Studio LIVE | Elliot Reed x Legacy Russell

This Longing Vessel: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2019–20, MoMA PS1
December 10, 2020–March 14, 2020.
Photo: Kris Graves

Dec 17, 2020
1:00pm

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Watch & Listen 2020, 2019-20 AIR, Studio Live

Following the opening of This Longing Vessel: Studio Museum Artists in Residence 2019–20, join us for a special week of Studio LIVE programming featuring the 2019–20 Artist-in-Residence cohort. On Thursday, December 17 at 1:00 pm EST,  hear performance artist Elliot Reed engage in conversation with Legacy Russell, Associate Curator, Exhibitions on Instagram live

Elliot Reed (b. 1992, Milwaukee, WI) is an artist designing conflict systems for bodies in time. Utilizing scores, choreography, and improvisation, Reed creates event-specific narratives linking personal histories and current events. As viewers move through his work, the narrative arc moves through them, unfurling itself in actual time. Reed is the founder, director, and sole employee of Elliot Reed Laboratories, a production office located within the artist’s body. Established in 2014, Elliot Reed Laboratories holds a copyright with The Library of Congress and a Los Angeles County business license. In this live conversation, Reed and Russell explore Reed’s philosophy as tied to his performance and video practice. They will discuss the unique presentation of his work in This Longing Vessel as well as how the artist engages with intimacy in his practice. 

To watch the talk, visit the Studio Museum’s Instagram page at 1:00 pm EST.

Follow Elliot Reed here:
Instagram: @elliot_reed_laboratories
 

Studio LIVE

The Studio Museum in Harlem is deeply committed to finding dynamic ways to connect and engage with our audiences both on- and offline. Designed as a way for our audiences to engage digitally in real-time with artists, curators, thought-leaders, and cultural luminaries the Studio Museum’s online series Studio LIVE invites members of the Studio Museum community to take up and take over the Museum’s digital platforms as public forum and site of creative exploration.