Photos: Lincoln Center/Korean Arts Week
As part of its Summer in New York Festival, Lincoln Center is holding “Korean Arts Week” around its campus from June 19-23.
The week kicks off on Wednesday when d'strict, a Seoul-based company renowned for its mesmerizing public media art projects, takes over the digital wall at Lincoln Center’s David Rubenstein Atrium with WAVE, which will send you on a thrilling ride through a paradoxical wave that crashes and roars, appearing to engulf everything in its path, but is ultimately restrained within an otherworldly space. The artwork will be on display through June 22 and admission is free.
Other events include the family-oriented “Musical Theater Storytime,” hosted by “KPOP” composer Helen Park, performances by Seoul punk and indie rock pioneers Crying Nut, Busan surf-rock indie band Say Sue Me, singer-songwriter Yerin Beck, classical-oriented band Gray By Silver, and innovative trio Dongyang Gozupa, silent disco dance parties, dance performances, and much more.
For more information, visit www.lincolncenter.org