duvetyn


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duvetyn

[′dü·və·tən]
(textiles)
A twill fabric with a napped velvety surface which obscures the weave.
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Two works, both recently performed at SculptureCenter, stand out: Coda, 2012, in which he executed an exhausting series of chaine turns alongside a seventy-five-foot-long double-sprung marley dance floor that he'd built and then appended to a wall in a narrow corridor in the basement, and an untitled piece from 2012, during which he performed barre exercises on an elevated platform while his friend and sometime collaborator Park McArthur rode through the space in her wheelchair, mostly obscured by twenty-five-foot-tall duvetyn curtains attached to a mechanical conveyor that she controlled.