Performers animated the park in new ways, by capturing the unpredictable passing of clouds
Eduardo Navarro’s performances and interventions incorporate meditative practices that offer alternative ways of seeing and experiencing the world. With Instruction from the sky, Navarro turned his attention to the unpredictable movement of clouds. Positioned outside the fair a group of performers, outfitted with circular mirrors that reflect the sky, followed the passing of clouds floating above Randall’s Island. The mirrored discs, gathering information from the sky, reflected the pathways of the clouds which are followed by the performers who travel in sync with the sky.
Eduardo Navarro’s main solo exhibitions include: ‘Órbita’, UTDT (2013); and ‘Estudio Jurídico Mercosur’, Faena Arts Center (2012), both in Buenos Aires. His work has appeared in exhibitions including ‘Surround Audience’, New Museum Triennial, New York; ‘The Past, The Present, The Possible’, Sharjah Biennial,UEA (both 2015); ‘We, the outsiders’, e-flux, New York; ‘Ir para Volver’, Cuenca Biennial, Ecuador (both 2014); ‘Weather Permission’, Mercosur Biennial (2013); ‘There is always a cup of sea to sail in’, São Paulo Biennial (2010); and ‘Screaming and Hearing’, Mercosul Biennial (2009). Born in 1979, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Navarro lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.