After a series of screenings and participatory activities at different Brookfield Properties’ locations this summer, join us for a final livestream of Sarah Cameron Sunde’s ninth and final performance in the series, 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea, in which the artist will stand in a tidal bay in Lenapehoking (Queens, New York) for a full tidal cycle to draw awareness to water, time and rising sea levels.
Manhattan West Plaza will be one of many livestream locations on this day, throughout New York City and the world.
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SARAH CAMERON SUNDE is an interdisciplinary artist and director working at the intersection of performance, video, and public art, investigating scale and duration in relationship to the human body, the environment, and deep time. She was recently awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to complete her ongoing series, 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea (2013 – present). Other honors include two MAP Fund Grants, Watermill Center Residency, Baryshnikov Residency, Princess Grace Award, and ongoing support from Invoking the Pause. Solo exhibitions include The Georgia Museum of Art (Athens, GA), NYU Gallatin Galleries (New York, NY), Oude Kerk (Amsterdam), and Te Uru Waitākere Contemporary Gallery (Tamaki Makaurau-Auckland). She holds a B.A. in Theater from UCLA and an M.F.A. in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice from The City College of New York, CUNY.