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Zach Rockhill
Zach Rockhill and a group of student-volunteers will stack blocks of ice into a rectangular enclosure in Cooper Square, reinventing for the first time in New York, a famous happening by Allan Kaprow, entitled 'Fluids' from 1967. Construction will start at 10 AM and last until the enclosure is finished. Over the ensuing days, the ice structure will be allowed to melt.

About the Artist
Zach Rockhill has participated in, directed, and curated numerous performance related events, including the ACTIONS, series of performance events, hosted annually by the Fivemyles gallery in Brooklyn. In 2002 he participated in the 40th anniversary of FLUXUS events in Wiesbaden, Germany, working with Geoff Hendricks to restage George Maciunas?? FLUXMASS. He participated in subsequent re-stagings of the FLUXMASS_in Amherst, MA, and co-directed the final presentation in the Voorhees chapel in New Brunswick NJ. Recent projects include video and performance works for the Bronx River Museum??s Drift show, and a video piece for the Tremor Nomad event at La Casa Encendida in Madrid, Spain.

Co-produced by PERFORMA and The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

Zach Rockhill,
ALLAN KAPROW - Fluids (1967- 2007)

Showing at:
The Cooper Union
Nov 10, 2007
10 am - 4 pm