"Ghostly Meanings" – Miguel Gutierrez in The New Yorker Feb 18, 2014

by Erin

"Two large screens hung from the ceiling at opposite sides of the room, and in the center of the space a white parachute was suspended by its edges, lit from behind, resembling an inverted jellyfish. A shallow white box had been placed on the floor under one of the screens; a vast white curtain hung on the side of the space with no seats, and opposite it was a smaller white curtain. Before the show began, we heard a man’s voice, but it was only barely audible, owing to the shimmery music overlaying it. This was a tantalizing beginning: I wanted to understand what the voice was saying but was continually thwarted. Meaning remained just out of reach."

Read the article in The New Yorker.