Ann Hamilton, The Event of a Thread

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Installation artist Ann Hamilton blends elements of nostalgia, sound, movement and time in her latest exhibition at the Armory. As tots roam through a field of swings, live events will allow them to explore their memories and connect to others around them. All ages.
Event phone: 212-616-3930
Event website: http://armoryonpark.org