Art in Odd Places (AiOP) 2019: INVISIBLE
With suitcase in hand, Life Traveler is a short piece of interactive dance and conversation, allowing pedestrians to pause and reflect on their presence in the midst of their life in motion--an invitation to contemplate the present moment, age, and journey.
Meet in front of the Apple Store on 14th Street at 11:30 am
‘Object Place’ walk/performance for the Walking’s New Movements conference at Plymouth University UK
Object Place is a space suggesting clues to moving treasures, a place that heightens awareness of the inner energy of objects and people. The goal is to provide an experience of being a witness and participant in the construction of a changeable space in real time. Click here for more info.
Curated by DoT Arts and Events SummerStreets NYC Department of Transportation
Object Place(for Astor Place) Four performers guide the audience in an interactive experience bringing attention to traveling bodies in time and history. What do we leave behind as we move?
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A short piece at the New York Public Library with composer Frank London. He’s curated a group of us to present short works inspired great Jewish cultural figures whose work altered the course of American history. My assignment: Rube Goldberg.
Performers include Shane Baker, Bonga, The Builders Association: Moe Angelos and Marianne Weems, Anthony Coleman, Sarah Gordon, Molly Haskell, Shelley Hirsch, Brad Jones, Dr. Alex Kontorovich, Frank London, Jody Oberfelder + Dancers, Eleanor Reissa, Lorin Sklamberg, Andy Teirstein, Sara Valentine, The Washboard XT Duo: Marvin Sewell and Newman "Washboard XT" Baker and Michael Wex.
Madame Ovary is a contemporary exploration of the body as a site of intuition, agency, and birth. With choreography by Jody Oberfelder and music composed by Missy Mazzoli, this new work focuses on the sociopolitical implications of the gut and genitals. The third in a trilogy following the heart (4Chambers 2013-14 on Governors Island and Arts@Renaissance, Brooklyn) and brain (The Brain Piece (at New York Live Arts 2017), this project will be born out of research into the spiritual attachment to the gut, centering particularly on intuition and sexuality in the body. Madame Ovary, which references Flaubert’s Madame Bovary, situates the body as a site for historical excavation, blending performative actions to create an empathic kinesthetic bridge to past and present bodies.
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