Conversations on Naked: April 2, 2011, part I

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On Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 2pm, Doryun Chong and Judy Hussie-Taylor conversed about the use of nudity, intimacy and space in Eiko & Koma's living installation "Naked." 

Doryun Chong is Associate Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. At MoMA, he is involved in contemporary acquisitions, global research, as well as organizing special exhibitions. He is the recipient of the inaugural Gerrit Lansing Independent Visions Award given by the Independent Curators International.

Judy Hussie-Taylor is the Executive Director at Danspace Project in New York. Since taking the helm at Danspace Project she has developed a critically acclaimed series entitled "PLATFORMS" which features artist curators and new contexts for dance presenting in New York City. As part of this program she is editor of a new series of catalogues published by Danspace Project.

Conversations on Naked was presented by Baryshnikov Arts Center in association with Asia Society, Danspace Project, and the Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance (ICPP).

Camera by Joanna Arnow