by Christabel Stewart .


An intimate but marathon slow dance was kept alive for 24 hours in New York last month by artist Julie Tolendino as part of New York's first ever visual arts performance biennale. Staged on a small square of turf, and within transparent but reflective walls Tolentino invited spectators to join her in the intimate spectacle whilst she remained blindfolded. The first of several clips documenting the Performa festival which debuted with a wide variety of performative visions.