Whatever humannequins are, they’ll be at a Hood By Air “performance masquerading as a party” at MoMA, part of the museum’s new PopRally program. The part-theater, part-virtual event builds on designer Shayne Oliver’s spring 2015 shows in Paris and New York, the first and second parts, respectively, of his three-part Superego/Ego/Id series. To jog your memory, Superego was the collection held at the top of a disused glass office building, where seemingly every guest tweeted the spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower. Even by fashion standards, models looked aloof and detached as they rolled around in office chairs wearing deconstructed suits, platform boots, and executive-realness long hair. Maybe they’re the same humannequins we’ll see in Id at MoMA. Other performers include Boychild, Mykki Blanco, plus surprise guests. There may be no better way to celebrate Halloween.
October 30, 8:00 pm, $25 (includes open bar), MoMA, 11 W. 53 Street