Glasshouse ArtLifeLab

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selected press about Glasshouse

Glasshouse, in its Brooklyn iteration, is a living/performing space, or better, a living labyrinth… This labyrinthine structure is important. Nothing is linear here: to tend is as much to navigate new openings as they emerge as it is to keep older ones in motion. To tend is to attend to how time becomes a field of duration, how time, as Lital and Eyal write, becomes “non-linear time – loop, parallel time, leaps, gaps” (2010: 252). Cinematic time. Performance time. For time is really what is at stake here: the time of the daily tasks – and the time of tasks interrupted, of dynamic form, the time of time folding on itself.
— GLASS HOUSE: A FRAGILE TENDING by Erin Manning

The above writing is part of an essay by Erin Manning, published in TAR magazine as a part of a special project about Glasshouse.