An Impalpable Sustenance is a 40-minute audio excursion on and around the Brooklyn Heights Promenade: a series of encounters musing on history, desire, and urban space.  Features: Walt Whitman read by Nayland Blake, Naomi Replansky read by Laura Turley, Fernando Pessoa read by Patricia Silva. To celebrate the centennial of Benjamin Britten: Young Apollo performed by Steven Osborne and the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. This work was part of On The (Queer) Waterfront: Brooklyn Histories, Fall 2013.

Teamworks Unlimited is an NYC–based team collaborating on multidisciplinary intangibles and textual indecency projects. An Impalpable Sustenance is their third project in seven months. Special thanks to: Our sound designer Heidi Martin, Dr Nicholas Clark at the Britten­-Pears Foundation, Nayland Blake, Mark Harrington at the Treatment Action Group, Caroline Keane, Andrew Porter, Frank Montero, Eriks Vitollin, Rachel Corbman at the Lesbian Herstory Archives, and Jacob Nadal at the Brooklyn Historical Society.

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