A woman standing in the East river looking at Manhattan

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Please join DIAP – Digital & Interdisciplinary Arts Practice MFA alum Sarah Cameron Sunde

on September 14, 2022: 7:27am – 8:06pm for her incredible 12 hours, 39 minutes long durational performance 36.5 / New York Estuary.

It is the 9th and final work in the series, 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea, 2013 – present.

You can join her in person at
(3110 Vernon Blvd at 31st Ave)


Or follow the live stream right here or on  https://www.36pt5.org/new-york-estuary/

36.5 / NEW YORK ESTUARY is the culminating work in the series, 36.5 / A Durational Performance with the Sea (@36.5durational) and the culminating event in the Works on Water (@works_on_water) 2020-2022 Triennial. It will be a large-scale global event involving several hundreds of people around the world on September 14, 2022.

The live performance will take place in the Cove on the East River where Astoria meets Long Island City in Queens. Sarah will stand in water for 12 hours, 39 minutes, a full tidal cycle, inviting the public to participate by joining her in water and/or marking the passing of hours from shore as “the human clock.” Artist collaborators will create interventions and installations to amplify the performance. Viewing stations around the Cove, on Roosevelt Island and Upper East Side, Manhattan will allow audiences to gather from various viewpoints.

Created in partnership with Works on Water, The Climate Museum @climatemuseum , Arts Brookfield @artsbrookfield , Theater Mitu @theatermitu , New York University @nyuniversity , with major support from the Guggenheim Foundation @guggfellows , MAP Fund @themapfund , Invoking the Pause, and many individuals. For more details about 36.5/ New York Estuary and the 8 international re-enactments taking place on the same day, please visit https://www.36pt5.org/new-york-estuary/