I march in the parade of liberty, but as long as I love you I'm not free
January 10 2008
Sharon Hayes organized an evening of images and ideas in conjunction with her performance and exhibition I march in the parade of liberty, but as long as I love you I'm not free.
New York-based artist Sharon Hayes works in performance, video, and installation, creating situations that expose dramatic frictions between collective activities and personal actions. With interventions that are inspired by the language of politics and the dramaturgy of theater, Hayes has staged protests, delivered speeches, and organized demonstrations in which crowds and individuals are invited to rethink their roles in the construction of public opinion.
Courtesy the Artist and New Museum Archive