Stories the City Tells Itself

"Stories the City Tells Itself" by Neil Goldberg

On this walk, video artist Neil Goldberg invites participants to experience the observational processes behind his work in real time. The group will traverse a section of the subway with attention directed to details of the underground environment and nuances of passenger behavior that might otherwise go unnoticed. Goldberg will share his poetic approaches to seeing, refined over 20 years of creating art in New York. This walk holds 15 people and will end inside the Museum of the City of New York's exhibition of Goldberg's work.

Presented in conjunction with "Stories The City Tells Itself," and in partnership with The Museum of the City of New York. No walk-ups for this walk--reservations and prepayment required. The meeting location will be disclosed upon registration.

See the feature on "Stories The City Tells Itself," the exhibition, in the New York Times.

Read the wonderful review of Neil's exhibition in Time Out New York.

Click here to see photos from "Stories the City Tells Itself."