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Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church 4.15.2013

Featuring works by Strauss Bourque-LaFrance*, Lizzie Feidelson, Julie Mayo, and the A.O. Movement Collective.

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Strauss Bourque-LaFrance with Lydia Okrent, Tess Dworman, tape, acrylic paint, brushes, plexi boxes, rag, plastic nose, ping pong balls, cups, audio track with birds, text, and Summer Camp song, plastic bag, sox, macbook pro, plastic tube, swimsuits, pants.
This project was made possible, in part, through the Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Program, funded, in part, by the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund and by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Strauss Bourque-LaFrance is a New York-based artist who yearns to be LA based. Bourque-LaFrance is a current Artist-In-Residence at Movement Research. His work has been presented at KANSAS, New York; SculptureCenter, LIC, NY; Dixon Place, New York; Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY; Bodega, Philadelphia; AMOA Arthouse, Austin, among others. A huge thanks to MR, Lydia, Tess, and of course, Becky.

Dry Run (work in progress)
Choreographed by Lizzie Feidelson and dancers
Dancers: Annie Malcolm, Hadley Smith, Meg Weeks, Rosalie Elkinton and Sophie Schapiro
Sound by Zooash and Robyn, with special thanks to Frances Harlow

Lizzie Feidelson received her BA from Brown University and is now a Brooklyn-based dancer and writer. She has performed at Triskelion Arts, Center for Performance Research, Gibney Dance Center, and MoMA PS1. She is an editor at the magazine Triple Canopy, and has written about dance for Critical Correspondence and n+1. The next iteration of this piece will be performed at Gowanus Arts in July 2013.

Buoys for Escapees
Conceived and performed by Julie Mayo
Sound by Boards of Canada and The O’Jays

Julie Mayo is a performance-maker and teacher relocated to Brooklyn after completing her MFA at the University of California at Riverside in 2011. She has been a teaching artist at many colleges in the U.S., most recently at Dickinson College and Ohio University. Here in the city she has taught at Dance New Amsterdam as part of their Modern Guest Artist Series and in May she will be teaching as part of ClassClassClass. Julie has shown her work locally at New York Live Arts, Green Space (Queens), and nationally at NOHspace and Dance Mission (San Francisco), Highways Performance Space (Los Angeles), Links Hall and Outerspace (Chicago) and in numerous spaces in Richmond, VA., where she is originally from. Julie has been an artist-in-residence at the Ucross Foundation (WY) and Djerrassi Ranch (CA).

ETLE_in process
Trigger warning: this excerpt contains descriptions of violence
Choreographed by Sarah A.O. Rosner + the performers
Performers: Anna Adams Stark, Leah Ives, Emily Skillings, Keith Carlon, and Matt Romein
Additional research by Lillie De
The AOMC will continue to develop the ETLE Project (including the ETLE Universe and ETLE and the Anders) through Fall 2014. More info: #theAOMC, #ETLE_and_the_Anders

Sarah A.O. Rosner is a choreographer, arts businessman, and aspiring postmodern pornographer making work out of Brooklyn, NY. She founded the A.O. Movement Collective in 2006, and has been at their helm creating Anti-Ephemeral PoMo Humanist work and ideology ever since. Brooklyn-based since 2008, the AOMC has performed at the RAW festival, THROW, Open Perform, WAXworks, Green Space, AUNTS, the Center for Performance Research, Dance New Amsterdam, the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center, La MaMa Etc., Joyce SoHo, HERE, Dance Place, Hi Art and Exit Art Galleries, as well as stairwells, rooftops, and other non-traditional spaces in Philly, MD, DC, and NY. Rosner is also the founder of A.O. PRO(+ductions), and has been featured as a panelist, speaker, and educator by Dance Theater Workshop, the Field, Dance NYC, CLASSCLASSCLASS, Bard College, and New York Live Arts. She pioneers radical business, champions sustainability, and loves to yell about art. #theAOMC,

*2011 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence

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