Archive for October, 2009

The Week Ahead. October 19-25.

This Week at Movement Research… open performance, class schedule updates and more…

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the tangible tangle

Tangled from inside out.

Tangled away.

Moved

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words don’t function anymore

heidegger, one mo' time

Podcast: Studies Project: Dance and the Alexander Technique 10.15.09

Movement Research Studies Project, “Dance and the Alexander Technique” Conceived of and moderated by Ann Rodiger

Listen to the Podcast here: http://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/3/d/4/3d4862837569f9c9/dance_and_alexander_technique_10-15-09_full_edited.mp3?c_id=1946492&expiration=1424987869&hwt=551a36ae6b5f2bc816b76bcc7afd9f6b

We as dancers count on our bodies to be consistent vehicles for our art form, and understand the importance of maintaining optimum balance. How can the study of the Alexander Technique help to support a sustainable dancing career? Individuals with all levels of experience with the work, from the beginning student to the seasoned teacher, are invited to join the discussion, which has been developed by Balance Arts Center in collaboration with Movement Research. Panelists include some of the most distinguished teachers of the work: June Ekman, Jenny Grove, Eva Karzag, Katherine Mitchell, Shelley Senter, and others, and will be moderated by Ann Rodiger.

pain saver

With this recent injury on my left ankle,

I started thinking…Maybe we “feel” more because we have “pain”.

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Class Cancellation, Tuesday Evening October 13 and 20.

Barbara Mahler’s Tuesday evening class will be canceled this week, Tuesday October 13 and next week, Tuesday October 20.

Her morning classes will take place as regularly scheduled on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10am at Eden’s Expressway.

Studies Project: Dance and the Alexander Technique. Thursday October 15.

Join us THURSDAY OCTOBER 15 for our  Studies Project: Dance and the Alexander Technique
Thursday October 15, Dance Theater Workshop Studio, 6:15 pm

Conceived of and moderated by Ann Rodiger
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Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 10.5.09

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, October 5, 2009.
Featuring works by Peter Sciscioli Performance Projects, Lior Shneior, and Ayo Janeen Jackson.


What Change (excerpt from work-in-progress)
Created and Performed by Peter Sciscioli Performance Projects: Deborah Black, Gideon Crevoshay, Mare Hieronimus and Peter Sciscioli
Direction and Composition: Peter Sciscioli

This work was created, in part, with a space grant from BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange with support from the New York State Council on the Arts and the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, and with continued support from an Outer Space Creative Residency at BAX. Outer/Space is a program of Dance Theater Workshop and is supported in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York City Council.

Peter Sciscioli Performance Projects (PSPP) is an independent production company of rotating collaborators

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body orientation and waiting

I was in 7 train today, and there were two tourists (mother and son) sitting in front of me.

They were constantly looking around to see out-side view of the train(you know how 7 trains run outside in some parts…) and this scene juxtaposed with any other people in the train who were just sitting.

Those who are familiar with the city (including me) were just sitting with blank states of mind in one common body orientation..

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The Week Ahead. October 12-18, 2009.

The Movement Research office will be closed to the public on Monday October 12.

There is no Movement Research at the Judson Church Monday October 12 or Monday October 19.
Judson performances will resume on Monday October 26.

Wednesday October 14. Open Performance.
8pm. DTW David R. White Studio at 219 West 19th Street.

Featuring works by Flavia Bruni, Megan Byrne, Kristin Hatleberg, Eunhee Lee
Moderated by Jon Kinzel, 2009 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence

Thursday October 15. Studies Project: Dance and the Alexander Technique.
Dance Theater Workshop Studio, 6:15 pm
Conceived of and moderated by Ann Rodiger
We as dancers count on our bodies to be consistent vehicles for

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