Location: The Guggenheim’s Works and Process Series Curated by: Robert Wilson Photography by: Pavel Antonov [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157626163389973″]

Photography by Steven Miller [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157625014734139″]

Here are a few photos taken by the illustrious Steven Miller

Dorothy K NYC from Dan Isaacson on Vimeo.

IV Fan Tracey Guinsburg says: Hi all at Implied Violence. I saw your performance piece at the island in NYC and was impressed enough to buy the book and enjoyed the DVD very much and all the information provided about this group. The photos I have sent here are of the 19th of Sept taken […]

A little musical ditty from The Dorothy K at New isLand Festival in September.

From TheaterMaker magazine, a Dutch publication: Translation: One of the most intriguing – and disturbing – entries from [America] comes from the Seattle-based collective Implied Violence. Their piece, The Dorothy K, unfolds both inside and in front of one of Governors Island’s gorgeous federalist homes on what’s known as ‘Colonel’s Row.’ When the performance piece […]

We’re exhausted, and we have been for an entire week. But we are also patting ourselves on the back because thousands of people came through our installation at the New Island Festival on Governors Island, and a sizable portion stayed to watch our performance of The Dorothy K. The house was full each and every […]

All Photos courtesy Keith Johnson/Parade Images More pictures of IV fun can be found here.

Implied Violence is presenting “The Dorothy K.” in New York City this September as part of the New Island Festival. The Dorothy K. is Part One of the middle section of a larger piece entitled “Flinch Not and Give Not Back”, a piece that was conceptualized during Implied Violence’s artistic residency at The Watermill Center. […]

Photography by Paul Wicks [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157607418832792″]