Explore a selection of the Strange Pilgrims exhibition at Laguna Gloria, including Yoko Ono’s interactive work Summer Dream (Let your dream come true on a distant wall), 2012/2015, during an unusual late-night experience!
Sleepwalk with Andy Warhol during a screening of the artist’s dreamy durational film Sleep, consisting of five hours and twenty-one minutes of Warhol’s friend John Giorno sleeping, projected in 16 mm (1963, 321 min., silent, black and white).
Plus, experience the Sculpture Park in a new light during a guided flashlight tour!
Gates open at 6:30P, film at 7:15P, gates close at 1:00A.
If you RSVP but are unable to attend, please cancel your reservation by calling 512-453-5312.
Programmed by Scott Stark for Experimental Response Cinema. Green Screen Film Series: Warhol’s Sleep is presented in collaboration with Experimental Response Cinema and in partnership with the Visual Arts Center.
IMAGE: Andy Warhol, Sleep, 1963. © 2015 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie institute. All rights reserved.
November 5 from 6:30pm-1:00am