I know it’s not normal for most musicians, but I live in silence. I don’t listen to music at all unless something comes across my ears, and then I will listen to it exclusively for a year or two. I will study it. Not because I’m going to emulate it, but because it’s so profound that it’s feeding me on a spiritual level. — Beverly Glenn-Copeland
ANTHEM—Wu Tsang’s site-specific sound and video installation, a tribute to the singer, composer, and trans activist Beverly Glenn-Copeland—is in its final weeks at the Guggenheim as part of the museum’s Re/Projections: Video, Film, and Performance for the Rotunda program.
See link below for details.
Through September 6, 2021.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
1071 Fifth Avenue (at 88th Street), New York City.
Wu Tsang, Anthem, 2021, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Re/Projections: Video, Film, and Performance for the Rotunda, July 23, 2021–September 6, 2021. Installation images (4) courtesy and © Wu Tsang and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, photographs by David Heald.