William Forsythe, Towards the Diagnostic Gaze, 2013. Feather duster, locally sourced stone, and instructions (engraved). 2 x 31 1/2 x 17 3/4 inches (5 x 80 x 45 cm). Installation view, Institute of Contemporary Art/Bostom, 2018. Photo by Liza Voll. © William Forsythe
William Forsythe is counted among the foremost choreographers of our time. Parallel to his stage productions, he has also developed installations, sculptures, and films that he calls Choreographic Objects. In this public program, Forsythe will be in conversation with Barbara Lee Chief Curator Eva Respini about his artistic practice, Choreographic Objects, physical thinking, and problem solving in his work.
NOTE: tickets to the Artist’s Voice are FREE and will be available online starting 24 hours before the event; additional tickets will be available on site starting at 5 PM the day of the talk.
Entry to the exhibition is not included with talk tickets; timed tickets are required for the exhibition and will also be available onsite starting at 5 PM the day of the event. Members do not need timed tickets to access to the exhibition.
Can’t make it in person? Catch a livestream on Facebook. A video will also be posted here on icaboston.org within two weeks of the event.
The Artist’s Voice: William Forsythe is made possible, in part, by The Ronni Casty Lecture Fund.