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Drunken Boat is co-sponsoring an event with the talented Quintan Ana Wikswo and Yeshiva University Museum

When? 6:30pm, September 12th
Where? Yeshiva University Museum, 15 West 16th St, NYC
Tickets? FREE, but you need to book ahead. Click here!

The event features Wikswo’s photographic, text and video installation and projection works for live performance. With music of VERONIKA KRAUSAS and ISAAC SCHANKLER performed by ANDREW THOLL, NADIA FRANCAVILLA, and ANDREW MILLER. Dance movement by choreographer Alexandra Shilling and her dancers.

PROPHECY OF PLACE gathers Quintan Ana Wikswo’s powerful and haunting constellation of photographs, text installations, video projections, assemblage and collaborative performance. From 2009 to 2011, the artist worked in Portugal, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Russia and Argentina, acquiring damaged antique battlefield cameras and typewriters manufactured by slave labor during Fascist-era dictatorships.

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