InterAct: Public Meditation in NYC Subway





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Published on Mar 12, 2010

Yestarday, a group of meditators sat in the pathways in the Port Authority Subway station in NYC during rush-hour. It was great sight in juxtaposition with the fast walking and hurry of the subway users.
It was organized by the Interdependence Project's Theatre Research Ensemble (TREe)
Short interview with Josh Adler, Director of Arts and Communications for the Interdependence Project and a co-creater of the Time Interchange of New York is includded.

From the Interdepence Project website:
Public meditation is both a powerful social act and a mode of performance that is accessible to everyone. Starting on March 4th the Interdependence Project's Theatre Research Ensemble (TREe) will create a new series of public meditation performances called "InterActs". Building on the success of the Interdependence Project's "Sit Down/Rise Up" meditation marathon in the display windows of the ABC Home and Carpet, our group will meet twice a month to produce these events. In the first meeting we will organize, create, and compose; during the second meeting we will perform. All are welcome to join, and we hope that this program will open our ensemble to new participants and audiences alike.
produced by marlon barrios solano

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