Currency 2005


Currency 2005*
Two weeks of performance art from around the world in the 3rd edition of the Currency Festival
Organized by Dan McKereghan

October 6 - 8  &
October 13 - 15, 2005

chashama 208 West
208 West 37th Street
New York, NY

Third time's the charm as the world of performance art returns to New York City when chashama presents Currency 2005 International Festival of Performance, October 6-15 at 208 W. 37 Street. This year's edition is the most ambitious yet, expanding to two weeks and featuring 25 artists** from 18 countries. Six unique programs will be presented with performances Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights starting at 8PM. And once again this year, all events are FREE! So join us in the fall for New York City's only international festival of performance art. 

Thursday, October 6:
Uto Gusztav (Romania), Jozsef R. Juhasz (Slovakia), System HM2T (Germany), Artur Tajber (Poland)
Friday, October 7:
Jan Swidzinski (Poland), Denis Romanovski (Belarus), Nenad Bogdanovic (Serbia), Richard Martel (Canada)
Saturday, October 8:
Angel Pastor (Spain), Yoyo Yogasmana (Indonesia), Nicola Frangione (Italy), Andrew Hampsas & Seika (US)
Thursday, October 13:
Martin Molinaro (Argentina), Justin McKeown (UK), Massimo Zanasi, (ARKA H.C.E. Sardinia), New World Disorder (Philippines)
Friday, October 14:
Natalie Loveless (US), Bartolomeo Ferrando (Spain), Ahlien Z.H. (Taiwan), Jamie McMurry (US)
Saturday, October 15:
Vassya Vassileva (Bulgaria), Roi Vaara (Finland), Roddy Hunter (UK), La Famille Kantor (Canada)

**He Chengyao (China) and Iwan Wijono (Indonesia) will not be attending the festival, but will be represented by videos instead.

Currency 2005 image galleries

Currency 2005 International Festival of Performance is made possible in part by support from the Trust for Mutual Understanding, the Ford Foundation Good Neighbor Committee, and the Puffin Foundation.

(*Not a production by The Tank)

Tags: painting, performance, mixed media, video, dance, music, multimedia, 208 W 37th Street, installation, international, chashama 208 West
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