Dance Documents 1012-5093 is a presentation of ceramic tiles from a terracotta dance floor that was built to dance a reconstruction of Nijinsky's Rite of Spring in May 2016. The tiles are an archive of the dance and will be shown on the ends of the library shelves. Berglund will give an artist lecture on the opening day of the show to discuss the history of dance documentation. Bio: Phoebe Berglund is an artist based in NYC working primarily in ceramics and dance. She earned her MFA from Hunter College in 2013. She is the recipient of the Leutz/Reidel Fellowship at the Universitat der Kunst Berlin 2012 and the C12 Emerging Artist Award 2013. Her work has been shown at 106 Green Gallery, Orgy Park Gallery, Beverly's, Movement Research at Judson Church, The Thomas Hunter Project Space, The Living Theater, Dixon Place Theater, Heliopolis Gallery and Hunter College’s Times Square Gallery. Berglund was awarded a residency at Coast Time in Oregon in 2014 and is a current 2016 Artist in Residence at Hunter College in the Ceramics Department.