Tino Sehgal interviewed on Studio 360


Hear artist Tino Sehgal talk with Kurt Anderson on Studio 360. Sehgal’s ephemeral performance, “This Progress,” at the Guggenheim Museum in New York asks a visitor to climb the ramp and stop along the way for conversations about progress. Four conversations occur — with  a child, a young adult, an adult and a senior citizen.

Sehgal says he walked the ramp himself and answered the question “What is progress” by talking about how in the Middle Ages there was no concept of progress.  You lived, you died and progress came after death not on earth. More on Sehgal. The work is up til Mar. 10.


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