Movement Research at the Judson Church – January 13th, 2014

Featuring works by: Kristine Vismane***, K.J. Holmes**, Dmitrijs Gaitjukevich***, Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser

ZEIR(ENG)
Conceived and performed by Kristine Vismane
Music: Boris Berman Root Of An Unfocus, Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys New York
On stage Kristine presents a story she recorded during a chance meeting with a stranger and later transcribed into movement, adding music, lights and costume to reveal the creation of the choreography. The process led her to an unexpected (existential) question: What is ZEIR?
Produced by New Theater Institute of Latvia with support from State Culture Capital Foundation
This performance was made possible, in part, by the Trust for Mutual Understanding and The Suit Case Fund of New York Live Arts.

 

HIC SVNT DRACONES work in progress (excerpt #5, solo)
Created and performed by K.J. Holmes
Costumes by Magdalena Jarkowiec
Notes on the piece: HIC SVNT DRACONES is to be an evening length ensemble piece presented sometime in 2015/16. This excerpt is a sketch to deepen into existing material. Thanks to Miguel Gutierrez and the Making Work workshop, Cristiane Bouger and Nicole Wolcott for inspiration and feedback on this phase of the work. This evening’s performance is dedicated to Roy Campbell, Jr.
HIC SVNT DRACONES is made possible, in part, through the Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Program, funded, in part, by the Davis/Dauray Family Fund and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by residencies at Hanna Barn, Vashon Island WA and the Dragon’s Egg, Mystic CT.

 

Dive (solo performance)-Video Not Available
Choreographer: Dmitrijs Gaitjukevics
Performer: Dmitrijs Gaitjukevics
Music: Ben Lukas Boysen – Hecq
This work is based on an exploration of myself. Dive – into a state close to coma. When time slows down and in a second you could do what could be done in an hour. A feeling similar to when one is in front of the “light” and has a choice to leave this world or stay in it. Body, movement, concentration and thought behavior are all explored within this piece. Dive into yourself as an attempt to move the thoughts into the background and let the body move from other impulses.
This performance was made possible, in part, by the Trust for Mutual Understanding and The Suit Case Fund of New York Live Arts.

 

ACTS OF ATTENTION
Dancers: Chris Aiken and Angie Hauser
Musician: Rob Flax

 

** 2012 Movement Research Artist-In-Residence
*** MRX/Latvia, a collaboration among Laiks Dejot (“Time to Dance”), Department of Contemporary Dance Choreography at the Latvian Academy of Culture (Latvian Academy), New York Live Arts and Movement Research.

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