Walk on Water, Performance, Queens Museum Panorama, 2019

This performance by Guadalupe Maravilla is part 2 of the trilogy that focuses on his autobiography.

Walk on Water is a new mythology by Guadalupe Maravilla which was performed on the Queens Museum’s Panorama of the City of New York. Walk on Water incorporated autobiographical storytelling and choreographed rituals to create new visual memories for the entangled genealogy of border crossing stories. Maravilla performed on the rivers of the Panorama along with two futuristic border crossing Coyotes, La Momia songstress and the Alien Abductor. A gong sound bath was administered by a team of healers to transform the Panorama into a giant vibrational healing instrument intended to cleanse political phobias and blockages of New Yorkers.