Sunday, June 7, 2009
LEWIS FOREVER visits the New Museum
Lewis Forever is a performance collective of four siblings: three sisters and a brother; a director, two dancers and a musician. Living half in New York and half in Europe, half Dominican and half Jewish American, LF is both a performance collective and a bloodline. They make new performance work for theatrical and non-theatrical spaces, present other artists, throw parties, and create other social situations that provide the opportunity to embody ideas and questions surrounding collective versus individual vision, emigration, post-American identity, transient identities, "trans nationalism", belonging, longing, and dislocation. Lewis Forever is in residence at the New Museum for the month of June presenting new work in progress every Thursday night.
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