Dance In Frame with chameckilerner


Rosane Chamecki and Andrea Lerner have been dancing together since they were fifteen years old. Moving to New York from Curitiba, Brazil, in 1989, they have been collaborating for thir- ty-five years. At times mistaken for twins, they can seem almost body–mind melded. Officially forming chameckilerner in 1992, they made dances, films, and videos. Then, abruptly, in 2007, chameckilerner staged its own demise— the figurative killing-off of the artistic duo. No one, including the two of them, knew what the outcome would be. Lucky for us, there was a resurrection. For the past few years, chameck- ilerner has been primarily choreographing for the camera, making videos, and, most recently, multi-screen installations.

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Dance In Frame (Workshop) with chameckilerner

Taking place over 2 concecutive weekends:
April 9-10 & 16-17
Saturdays 4:30-8:30pm
Sundays 2-6pm
Eden’s Expressway, 537 Broadway
$150 Full Workshop

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Dance In Frame

This is a workshop about “why, when and how” to convey a choreographic idea into video. Through hands-on exercises, we’ll explore tools available in this medium, like framing, camera movement, deconstruction of space and time. Are those tools essential to translate your idea, and is the video the best medium for your concept? These are some questions we will be examining in this workshop.

  • March 15th, 2016
  • Movement Research Staff

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