Moon Medicin: Mosaic
January 8th, 2022, 6:30 PM
The Phillips Collection presents Moon Medicin: Mosaic Performance, a Centennial commission combining music and dance, engaging Sanford Biggers's sand-floor installation created in dialogue with Gee's Bend Quilts from the Phillips's permanent collection as part of his Intersections project Mosaic. To conclude Sanford Biggers: Mosaic, the multi-disciplinary performance will feature harpist Parker Ramsay, dancers Nicoletta de la Brown and Daniel Phoenix Singh, and DC-artist Sheldon Scott. Directed by Biggers, the dancers will respond in an improvisational manner to the sound of Omolu, a piece written for solo harp by Brazilian-American composer Marcos Balter that invokes the Yoruban spirit of healing. Through this performance, Biggers's sand-floor piece Fool's Folly, which references Tibetan mandalas, will be activated then dismantled, emphasizing the temporal aspect of art.
You are invited to participate in the performance by submitting a one sentence response to questions from Sanford Biggers (listed below) via this anonymous Google form.
How have you connected to the world over the last two years?
What have you lost?
What have you found?
Where have you shared your abundance?
Who or what would you like to thank?
What are your wishes for the world?
Due to the developments with COVID-19 and the Omicron variant, this event will be held virtually only via livestream. You can use the link below to register and access the stream on January 8, 2022 at 6:30 pm.