Red Tape Labyrinth; Immigration Meditation

Red Tape Labyrinth; Immigration Meditation is a site-specific participatory art installation and performance site that speaks to the global immigration crisis. Located near the Hudson River and visible from the High Line above, this walkable labyrinth is outlined onto the sidewalk using red tape and recalls ongoing migrations risked on foot and over water. Passersby are invited to walk through its single, spiraling path, unconstrained by the usual bureaucratic “red tape” of immigration policies and to engage with the experiences of pilgrimage and migration.


October 6 – 9

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Sidewalk on West 14th Street between the High Line and Tenth Avenue.

Performances and “labyrinth walks” will take place from 1-4pm on each day of the festival by Christina Stahr, dancer Annemarie Hollander, and musician Tom DeMott.

Saturday, October 8, Brian O’Mahoney will perform at 1pm, and Rebecca Pristoop will perform at 4pm.