Inspired by the Titanic, t. 1912 is an experience of site-specific stage audience invented by Visual artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster for the rotunda Guggenheim. The focus of the Gavin Bryars installation, great symphonic piece of the sinking of the Titanic (1969 –) will take place from the Wordless Music Orchestra. Audience members will be "pulled" through the Museum Peter b. Lewis theater and will be ushered in the rotunda in designated "decks." during the performance, the audience will be invited to move within the ramps and rotunda in association with the movement of the passengers on the Titanicas he began to sink. On Friday, April 15, the Guggenheim Foundation hosts a post-performance chat with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Joan young, associate curator of contemporary art. The debate follows 2 pm screening of 1912 Titanic movie publicity in night und EIS (in night and ice) New Media in theater is located at the lower level of the Museum and are free with Museum admission. T. 1912 generously supported by the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation. Film screenings are made with public funds from the New York State Council on the arts.