Terry Adkins Project 107
On the occasion of Projects 107: Lone Wolf Recital Corps, a changing group of artists in the multidisciplinary performance collective founded by artist and musician Terry Adkins (American, 1954–2014) presents new work and reprises selections from the Corps’s repertoire, both within the exhibition and in the Museum’s theaters. In A Visionary Recital (after Terry Adkins) Charles Gaines (percussion), Jason Moran (piano), and Jamaaladeen Tacuma (bass) improvise around a new musical composition, written by Gaines, based on a scrolling projection of Lone Wolf Recital Corps text translated letter-by-letter into musical notation. Tickets for this program will be available beginning August 26.
August 19-October 9, 2017 in MoMA’s 3,000 square foot third-floor north gallery, Projects 107: Lone Wolf Recital Corps will consist of a series of performances by the collective founded by Terry Adkins in 1986 with an accumulative and rotating membership of collaborators hailing from various musical and visual art disciplines, as well as a presentation of sculptures by Adkins that will provide an appropriate setting for the live performances