Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary artist based in New York, whose videos, performances, and interactive installations explore issues in contemporary digital culture. Katherine’s work appears at festivals, galleries, performance spaces, screenings and art centers worldwide, in Dresden, Amsterdam, Moscow, Leeds, Rome, Poznan, Mooste, Cluj-Napoca, New York City, Chicago, Miami, and numerous cities throughout the U.S., and is held in private collections. She is Assistant Professor of New Media at Baruch College.
Created for Water Street POPS, Katherine Behar’s Street.s/wall.ing/in is a new site-specific performance about architectural memory and traumas in the urban environment. Dancers will inhabit colored shapes derived from transient urban architectural forms, animating and exploring the exterior of 32 Old Slip in Manhattan’s Wall Street neighborhood. Street.s/wall.ing/in will be performed on August 16 from 5:30-7:30 PM in conjunction with Water Street POPS, curated by Ombretta Agro’ and Art Assets. The project is supported by a residency at LaunchPad in Brooklyn.
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