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  • Sponsor: Pennsbury Manor
  • Location: Pennsbury Manor
  • Dates: April 16, 2023 - March 31, 2024
  • Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
  • Address: 400 Pennsbury Memorial Rd, Morrisville, PA 19067
  • Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Price: $3 per person. Advanced registration is recommended but not required.
  • Reservations Required: Yes

nkwiluntàmën: I long for it; I am lonesome for it (such as the sound of a drum) is an immersive sound walk through the riverfront grounds of Pennsbury Manor by artist Nathan Young. Young takes listeners across the historic site, experiencing sounds of music, voice, and environmental recordings. The original composition embodies indigenous agency, honoring and reimagining environmental song-making traditions that survive his tribe's diaspora across North America.

Experience nkwiluntàmën Wednesdays through Sundays, 1pm to 4pm. Saturday, April 15 is the opening day for the exhibition and features a special performance by Nathan Young and Kite at 3pm. Advanced registration through this webpage is recommended. To experience nkwiluntàmën fully, please bring a smartphone and headphones with you. The experience takes approximately 40 minutes from start to finish. 

Nathan Young is a multidisciplinary artist, scholar and curator working in an expanded practice that traverses artistic fields which include but are not limited to installation, sound, text, textiles, video, documentary, socially engaged art and experimental music. Nathan is a founding member of the artist collective Postcommodity (2006-2015) and holds an MFA in Music / Sound from Bard College’s Milton-Avery School of the Arts. Young is currently pursuing a PhD in the University of Oklahoma’s innovative Native American Art History Doctoral program where his scholarship is focused on Indigenous Sonic Agency. His work has been supported by Creative Capital, The Tulsa Artist Fellowship, The George Kaiser Family Foundation, The Pew Foundation and the Carnegie Mellon Foundation among others including Tribeca Film Institute and the Sundance Institute.