Harlem Biennale performance artist Zachary Fabri presented
A Movement in Time   to explore the physical movement of pedestrians and the layered architectural history of El Barrio. In a response to El Barrio's cultural traditions, political history and social environment, Zachary performed a sequence of body movements, exercises, gestures, and poses derived from rote daily activities that seem inconsequential, but when isolated and repeated, inspire us to read a hidden narrative. Referencing rich histories of African and Latin dance, the work uses the body to conjure abstract and intimate images.