Cashmere Cat at MoMA’s PS1 series – Photos
On Saturday afternoon, Norwegian musician, producer and DJ/turntablist, Cashmere Cat, performed at the Museum of Modern Art in Long Island City, NY, as part of MoMA’s PS1 series. A New York summer staple for nearly two decades, MoMA PS1’s Warm Up outdoor music series continues its fine tradition of introducing audiences to the best in experimental live music, sound, and DJs — both local and international — across a wide range of genres and styles. Warm Up supports both established and emerging talent by creating a platform that allows for experimentation and providing a space for collaboration, new material and side projects.
Warm Up is held in MoMA PS1’s courtyard, which this year features an installation by New York architecture firm The Living (David Benjamin), Hy-Fi, the winning design of the 15th annual Young Architects Program (YAP). Warm Up Saturdays continue until September 6th. Find out more about who else is performing in the remaining weeks by heading here.
Alongside Cashmere Cat, the outstanding line-up on Saturday included Total Freedom, GoldLink (live), UNiiQU3 and Suicideyear.
Photographer Lauren Engel headed along with her camera to capture an essence of the brilliant music and the beautiful people. Here’s a selection of her images from the day. Click on them to enlarge.
To see heaps more photos from the day, be sure to head over to Lauren’s Facebook page, where you can find the full album.
Pictures by Lauren Engel.