Dream-inspired movement takes the (window) stage at ATA tonight, when Laurie Buenafe and Bob Webb perform “Husk” from 6to 8 p.m. at Artist’s Television Access.

The piece is described as a “harvest ritual of sorts” and has something to do with cornflakes cereal. To find out what that means, readers have to stop by the ATA window this evening, where the show is free for all passerby and onlookers.

Bob Webb takes to the window again on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m., this time with Annikah Peabody, Pigeon and Laurie Buenafe to perform a Butoh-based piece that evokes “matrices of structure (human? other?) partially obscured by the web of our interconnections with all living entities, going through the cycles of life, death, and rebirth.”

The shows are part of Artists’ Television Access’ “Almost Public/Semi-Exposed: Installed Performance at ATA” series.

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