600 Highwaymen

Fall 2018

Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone (a.k.a. 600 Highwaymen) and photos of their previous work.

Photos by (clockwise from top left): Tei Blow, Manuel@DARC media, Maria Baranova-Suzuki, and Maria Baranova-Suzuki

600 Highwaymen is the moniker for artistic duo Abigail Browde and Michael Silverstone. Since 2009 they have devised seven original works, presenting nationally and internationally at venues such as the Under the Radar Festival In New York City and Centre Pompidou and Parc de la Villette in Paris. (Read more...)

In 2014 they received an Obie award and in 2016 the New York Foundation for the Arts named them artist fellows. They will use their CAI residency to develop a new piece entitled Manmade Earth.

Manmade Earth is at the intersection of performance and installation. A guided performance that is created by the attending audience, this piece continues 600 HWM’s singular trajectory of making work both for and by community. The audience that comes together for the performance are the authors of the work. In this piece, an ever-shifting landscape of objects and materials are manipulated by the audience. Manmade Earth examines the evolution of our society; how we come together to create what we could not on our own. Buildings get built, destroyed, built again. How do the structures that we make push us together or keep us apart?