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Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church 1.14.13

Featuring works by Bryon Carr, niv Acosta, Tara O’Con and Fitzgerald & Stapleton

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Concept and Direction: Bryon Carr
Choreography: Bryon Carr in collaboration with Meghan Schardt
Performers: Bryon Carr and Meghan Schardt
Music/Soundscore: Ellery Royston
In collaboration with electronic musician Ellery Royston and dancer Meghan Schardt this dance piece explores replication and reflection through layers of virtual and live performance. The video presented is being explored as an ongoing project where we will continually add layers of Meghan and myself dancing in video projection in partnership with our live selves.

Bryon Carr holds an MFA in Performance and Interactive Media Arts and has trained, taught and performed throughout the U.S. and Europe. Website: Ellery Royston holds a B.A. in Electronic Music Composition, and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Computer Science from Mills College. She is currently working on an M.F.A. in Performance and Interactive Media Arts. Meghan Schardt received her BFA on scholarship at New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida. She has performed with Miami Repertoire Ballet Company, Ballet Randolph, Freddick Bracher and Company, Jenn Frank and Company, Memento, Octavia Cup, Maryanne Chaney, Hawaii Ballet Theatre, Jennifer Simms and Giada Ferrone. Many thanks to Sara Neece.

i shot denzel
choreographed and performed by: niv Acosta
music: Igor Stravinsky

niv Acosta is a brooklyn based artist born and raised in washington heights manhattan. niv is 24 years old, dominican and transgender. he trained at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance as an adolescent. niv attended california institute of the arts, briefly. niv has shown his work at various events/spaces including Pieter Performance Space in Los Angeles, The Community Education Center in Philadelphia, New York Live Arts through the Fresh Tracks Residency Program, through AUNTS in various spaces, The Tank, Danspace Project in Ralph Lemons “Marathon. The End.” event, The Meulensteen Gallery, and at Brooklyn Arts Exchange. he has/is worked/working on projects with Moving Theater, Larissa Velez-Jackson, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Hilary Clark, iele paloumpis, Phialdelphia Dance Projects, and Deborah Hay.

this is what we know
Performers: Jodi Bender and Megan Madorin
Created by Tara O’Con in collaboration with Jodi and Meg
This is the start of a new process. It will go deeper and get turned on its head, and looked at through various lenses. But not just yet. It’s only the beginning – or rather, the end of where we just were.
The creation of [This is what we know (in-process title)] was supported, in part, through a commission from New York Live Arts’ Studio Series program with support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.
The project (or work) was made possible, in part, through The Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Program, funded, in part, by the Jerome Foundation and the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund.

Tara O’Con’s work has been presented by Dance Theater Workshop (Fresh Tracks), Danspace Project, The Chocolate Factory Theater, and most recently as part of the River To River Festival produced by The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. She is looking forward to further developing this work during her time as a Movement Research Artist-In-Residence, and this spring as part of the New York Live Arts Studio Series Program (showing May 3rd and 4th).

Choreography & Performance: Fitzgerald & Stapleton
Music: Believe, Cher & The Crying Game, Boy George remixed by Myles D
Soundtrack: In my Father’s Name, by Fitzgerald & Stapleton, performed by Ailbe Fitzgerald, Emma Fitzgerald, Áine Stapleton and Joe Stapleton. Produced by Radioactive; a joint initiative of RTE Radio Choice and Absolut Fringe.

Emma Fitzgerald and celebrity choreographer Áine Stapleton certainly make a fashionable pair, but the dynamic duo are turning their eclectic tastes down a theatrical route with an exposed creative dialogue for tonight’s Movement Research at the Judson Church. They now begin the tedious and monumental task of isolating these elements so that their choreographic properties can be determined.

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, September 26, 2011

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, September 26, 2011.

Featuring works by Fitzgerald & Stapleton, Shizu Homma & Steve Staso

Time Machine Trio

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Choreographed by Fitzgerald & Stapleton
Performered by Emma Fitzgerald, Carl Harrison, Aine Stapleton
On an atomic level Emma Fitzgerald, Aine Stapleton and Carl Harrison are composed of a vast, precise, uncountable number of clocks. These clocks are capable of communicating with each other… Absolutely everything Emma Fitzgerald, Aine Stapleton and Carl Harrison do is constrained by the speed of light. They will be paying extremely tight attention to their bodies and yours in order to fandangle some time travel from the vast complex web of human flesh we inhabit. They will also perform out-takes from their upcoming show ‘The Smell of Want’ which runs from October 3rd – 8th at Abrons Arts Center.

Emma Fitzgerald is co-artistic director and founder of the dance theater company Fitzgerald & Stapleton. She works collaboratively with dance and theater artist Áine Stapleton. The relationship between language and experience is at the heart of Fitzgerald & Stapletons choreographic and performance techniques and for every production they create the duo write a text of performance directions known as a score. Their next production The Smell of Want runs October 3rd to 8th at Abrons Arts Centre New York as part of Culture Ireland‘s Imagine Ireland festival. Carl Harrison has worked extensively in Europe for choreographers such as Maresa Von Stockert,  Kate Mason, Colin Poole, Katie Green and Cathy Seago. He also founded and performs with Minna No Project – a dance company based in London and Paris

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