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In celebration of this season's last Sunday Sessions, MoMA PS1 presents the durational performance, A Lot of Sorrow, by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson. For the new work, Kjartansson sought out US rock band, The National, to perform their song, Sorrow, repeatedly in a six-hour live loop. By stretching a single pop song into a day-long tour de force the artist continues his explorations into the potential of repetitive performance to produce sculptural presence within sound.
A live capturing of "Peggy-O" from The National at Eaux Claires 2015. Eaux Claires will Return August 12+13, 2016 www.eauxclaires.com @eauxclaireswi Edited By: Knorth Studios Audio Mix By: Justin Andersen Additional Credits: Assistant Director: Harry Reynolds Stedicam Operator: Jesse Meehl Colorist/Camera: Lauren Josephine Camera: Ryan Thompson Camera: Trent Waterman Camera: Nic Murphy Camera: Keith Moechnig Camera: Joah Colby Camera: Dallas Currie Camera: Chris Hadland Camera: Alec Schwandt Camera: Tj schwingle Camera: Josh Sliffe Camera: Brian Suerth Drone Operator: Dan Hundley Drone Operator: George Heck DIT: Heather Klein DIT/Camera: Ryan Sinz PA/Camera: Jen Levois PA: Neva Fuller Concert footage produced by Mindpool Live Executive Producer: Josh Adams Producer: Ryan Lemire Director (Flambeaux Stage): Ryan Schaddelee Director (Lake Eaux Lune Stage): Christine Strand"
The National feat. Annie Clark alias St. Vincent, Germany, Berlin, Zitadelle Spandau, 05.06.2014