Cabaret Series: Architecture & Money
Saturday May 11, 2013
Architecture & Money
CABARET SERIES: Architecture & Money
May 11, 2013
Storefront for Art and Architecture together with Pidgin presented a Cabaret Series: Architecture & Money, an event that explored different notions of value and architecture and the relationship between them.
The event consisted of a live auction where a series of posters containing questions posed to architectural figures were auctioned and adjudicated to the bidder able to provide the most accurate answer. Posters contained all proposed answers by the audience. The live auction was followed by a series of monologues listed below.
The Auction Poster Collection [list in formation]:
Monologues given by:
Dimensions: 5” x 7.5” x .45”
The Cabaret Series is part of Storefront’s programming for the development of modes of expression that engage with contemporary discourses, the audience and the social, political and physical space of the event in a playful, sexy and humorous manner. The events have the aim to produce new modes of communication between speakers, performers and spectators through humor, provocation, seduction and immediacy.