The museum’s new space dedicated to live art opens with David Tudor’s “Rainforest V (variation 1),” made with everyday objects and electronics.
It’s an ambiguous name, open to interpretation and possibility: the Studio.
Perhaps that’s the point. As part of the Museum of Modern Art’s expansion and curatorial reboot — designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in collaboration with Gensler, and opening to the public on Oct. 21 — the Studio will serve as a dedicated space for performances, screenings, residencies and more.

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