Meet the Resident Artists at the Watermill Center

Featuring the work of Carlos Bunga, Marianna Kavallieratos, and Dom Bouffard
"Portrait of the artist; Reflejo (2015)," site specific installation Museo de Arte de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá

“In Process” at the Watermill Center, an ongoing series that fosters engagement between the community and the center’s resident artists, will feature the work of Carlos Bunga, Marianna Kavallieratos, and Dom Bouffard on Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. Visitors wishing to tour the center’s building and grounds can do so between 1 and 2.

Mr. Bunga, a Portuguese artist and 2017 Inga Maren Otto Fellow, creates architecturally scaled installations made from mass-produced materials such as cardboard, packing tape, and household paint. The maquettes resemble temporary shelters or colorful urban interiors that engage in a dialogue with the surrounding gallery space.

A choreographer and dancer from Athens, Greece, Ms. Kavallieratos first met Robert Wilson, founder and artistic director of the center, in the 1990s and has maintained a physical and creative presence there since then as a mentor and teacher. 

Ms. Kavallieratos and Mr. Bouffard, who is a musician and composer from London, are collaborating on “Death,” a performance that incorporates movement, sound, color, and real-time digital media. The work-in-progress will be presented at the Watermill Center and, on Sunday at 7:30 p.m., at the Center for Performance Research in Brooklyn.

The Watermill Center events are free but reservations are required. Tickets for the Brooklyn performance are $12 in advance, $15 at the door.