The best adventure I’ve had without leaving the earth’s surface
~ Glen De Vries
Institute For Psychogeographic Adventure (IPA)
The Brooklyn Museum Turned Into A Playground For Performance; Adventures By Appointment Only
Photographer: Jenny Kawa, Performer: Shandoah Goldman
Photographer: Jenny Kawa, Performer: John Gasper
Experiment 23b (BROOKLYN MUSEUM) - SOLD OUT
To be added to the wait list, please email: email@example.com
Or, grab a ticket to see The IPA as part of Museum MashUp #2
Come tour the Brooklyn Museum in a way you’ve never done before – with IPA. Recent graduates of Brooklyn College’s PIMA (Performance & Interactive Media Arts) MFA Program, the IPA creates unique site-specific adventures in response to site, local history, the urban landscape, and the psychogeographic inclinations of the audience. Bridging the Brooklyn Museum’s architectural and psychogeographic landscape, Experiment #23b (BROOKLYN MUSEUM) will recontextualize the museum-going experience, exploring notions of observation, display, adventure and play. Through a series of personalized performance encounters throughout the museum, visitors will be led on a unique journey into the psychic and physical unknown, exploring historic exhibition spaces and areas usually off-limits to guests–creating a dynamic playground for the imagination.
Schedule of Appointments:
Thur Sept 19: 6:30pm, 7pm, 7:30pm & 8pm – SOLD OUT!
Sat Sept 21: 12pm, 12:30pm, 1pm, 1:30pm, 3pm, 3:30pm & 4pm – SOLD OUT!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the wait list.
NOTE: The IPA will also be performing portions of “Experiment 23b (BROOKLYN MUSEUM)” at Museum MashUp #2. Get Tickets Here:
What Is The IPA?
The Institute for Psychogeographic Adventure (IPA) is a team of interdisciplinary artists who explore the intersection of place and performance. We create unique site-specific performances in response to local history, neighborhoods, and the urban landscape. The IPA was founded by Andrew Goldberg, Radoslaw Konopka, Liza Wade Green, and Emily Rea in 2012 as a part of their collaborative thesis project at the Brooklyn College Performance and Interactive Media Arts MFA Program (PIMA).