"Eiko and Koma invade the Museum of Modern Art with a new version of The Caravan Project, which uses a stationary trailer as a performance setting. As part of their Retrospective Project, these Japanese artists transform their bodies into something resembling garbage—yet a spookily beautiful version—as they perform this durational work that will be on view during museum hours." So writes Gia Kourlas on Time Out New York in an extensive interview with Eiko & Koma about their living
installation at MoMA.
Read full interview with Gia Kourlas