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Movement Research at the Judson Church – October 5, 2015

Featuring works by I AM A BOYS CHOIR, Xan Burley and Alex Springer / the Median Movement and Mårten Spångberg
 


but now i’m feeling it even more
I AM A BOYS CHOIR
by Chris DeVita with Kate Attwell and her texts
www.chrisdevita.com // www.cargocollective.com/kateattwell

 


You being Me being You and the Eye
Choreography & Performance: Xan Burley + Alex Springer
Sound: Will Owen

Made possible by a Space Grant from Gibney Dance. Special thanks to Quentin Burley, Cesar Cordova, Katherine Ferrier, Imani Nia Foster, Natália Karam, the McGraw kids, Marian Passafaro, Alex Plaskey, Austin Selden, Mark Springer, Nathan Whiting, and Sofia Zalaquett for their generous contributions to the research process.

 


Mårten Spångberg: 15min, The Fastest Planet
With and by: Philip E. Foster, Monica Germann, Leanna Grennan, Tuva Hildebrand Peterson, Nikima Jagudajev, Dages Keates Juvelier, Karolina Kraczkowska, Stephanie Lee, Judah Levenson, Mor Mendel, Rebecca Posner, Randy Reyes, Chloe Rossetti, Lily Bo Shapiro, Alix Steeves, Kristin Swiat, Rainey White, Cesar Reyes, Dariana Sanchez, Mårten Spångberg, Gillian Walsh

The truly passionate archeologist does not worship objects extracted from earth but worship the earth itself. Not the world, not earth but the planet – in it self, in its most anonymous. The Planet is an ongoing proposal that examines the ownership and the rights to land beyond perspectives, beyond humans, nations, faith and belief.

Where stones move, where oil dances, where a pair of jeans are equally important as something else, a person, a flame, combinations or a windmill. Where time knows no distance and distance doesn’t know at all, and still it’s happening. We think that’s it to begin but only what we think because there is also flowers, somebody, many instances, the things you use when playing ice-hockey. Langoustine or perhaps one for the road. Those are the planet. Always.

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

X Y and B
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: carrdancemedia.com. 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).

Shameus
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 11.19.2012

Featuring works by Julian Barnett, Luke George, Joey Kipp and Stina Nyberg*.

*MRX Sweden, in collaboration with Konstnärsnämnden/The International Dance Programme, Sweden

Bridge
Concept and Choreography by Julian Barnett
Performance and research by Jocelyn Tobias and Julian Barnett
Dramaturgical support by Diego Gil
Co-production by K3-Hamburg (DE), ArtEZ (NL) and Dance Ireland (IR)

Bridge (The Union Piece) is a performance of unfolding communication. Examining how vocalization acts as an agent of choreography, the work probes a philosophical thread offered by Barthes, the ‘grain’ of the voice, or the body within the voice as it sings. Using the dramaturgical platform of two solos enacting adjacent dialogues to form a duet, the performance explores the unique connection-point to the listener/viewer and the links necessary to build a bridge across communicative and and performative barriers.

Julian Barnett is a choreographer, performer, musician, and teacher. his works pull inspiration from a multiplicity of colorful juxtapositions including philosophy, visual arts, cinema and popular music which explores forms of movement that intensify subjectivity, space, and time. This collaborative lens is always in play with new modes of sound perception, where live musical components are often created from the performers themselves. Born in Japan, Julian grew up in California, lives in New York, and works regularly in Europe. He studied dance, music, and film at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, was a danceWEB scholar in Vienna, and completed the ArtEZ master of choreography program (formerly EDDC) in Amhem, Netherlands.

Not About Face
Created and performed by Luke George
Developed in collaboration with Nick Roux
Dramaturgy by Martyn Coutts

Luke George is a Melbourne based dance artist who grew up in Tasmania and currently finds himself living and working a lot in New York. His practice as a performer, choreographer and collaborator takes him throughout Australia, Europe, Asia and North America. He has performed with Phillip Adams BalletLab, Jo Lloyd, Chunky Move and Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People. Choreographies include LIFESIZE, HOME and NOW NOW NOW which he recently toured to the Netherlands and Norway. In NYC he has performed short works at AUNTS and Abrons Arts Center. George was artistic director of youth dance company Stompin 2002-2008 and currently co-facilitates First Run at Lucy Guerin Inc. George is interested in presence, consciousness and the relationships between performer and audience. lukegeorge.net

Overture: an excerpt from THE SISTER JEAN RA HORROR SHOW
Joey Kipp as Sister Jean Ra Horror

Joey Kipp was born in Brazil and raised in California. After receiving a BA in Biology and Dance from Marymount Manhattan College he has performed works by Merce Cunningham, Melinda Ring, Peter Kyle, Stacy Grossfield, niv Acosta, and Ann Liv Young. He is excited to be working with the Sean Curran Company and embark on a trick or treat tour. He has shown work at AUNTS, Dancewave, B.A.A.D, and burlesque stages all over Brooklyn, and NYC. Contact Kenneth at tinselandrye@gmail.com to book Sister Jean Ra Horror.

Hockey & Compassion
Choreographer: Stina Nyberg
Performer: Stina Nyberg
Set design: Jens Strandberg

Stina Nyberg comes from Sweden where she makes and performs choreography. She graduated with her MA in choreography in Stockholm in January 2012. She has worked as a dancer with, among others, Andros Zins-Browne, Mårten Spångberg and Sidney Leoni and has been part of several collaborative projects, most recently with The Bureau for the Future of Choreography during their residency at the New Museum. Stina is interested in work methods and the notion of practice, and co-curated a Practice Symposium in Stockholm this autumn. She is currently visiting NYC within a residency at Movement Research.

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church 4.30.2012

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 4.30.2012

Featuring works by Laurel Tentindo, Jen McGinn, Lindsay Gilmour, Paola Irun.


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Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 4.2.2012

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 4.2.2012

Featuring Works by Michal Samama*, Katie Rose McLaughlin, Harmony Wolfe, Arturo Vidich
* 2011 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence

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Dance Footage

Hello!
Below are some links to some wonderful footage. I am sure we have all come across these over the years but I thought I would post them again. I am currently taking a Laban Movement Analysis course so some of these are related. Mixed in are a few other random clips of interest including the work of Martin Puryear who has informed my work. Enjoy!Mary Wigman’s Witch DanceJohn Cage’s “Water Walk” on the show “I’ve got a secret.”Mathilde MonnierMathilde Monnier #2Martin PuryearMartin Puryear footage of work

-Juliana F. May 2011 MR artist in residence

Updates from Critical Correspondence 4/17

Hello from Critical Correspondence! Keeping you posted as to what’s new. Jean Butler has posted two interviews in a series on Danspace Project’s visionary Platform curation project – one with Back to NYC curator Juliette Mapp and one with participating artist Jen Rosenblit. Also, check out a video interview with Clarinda MacLow as part of Alejandra Martorell’s series What Sustains You? which takes a thoughtful look at various artist’s strategies at creating something functional out of the crazy existence of being a dance artist in NYC. Also up is an interview with the organizers of Fantasy Generator, a rethinking of the traditional model of a residency that took place at Hollins University last summer with the idea of radical generosity at its core. And we have notes from one of the discussions as part of the Trisha Brown Dance Company’s 40th Anniversary Lecture Series called “Talking About the Work.” Much more in the works so check back!

Best,
CC

Updates from Critical Correspondence

Hi all,

Hope you are enjoying the return of Spring. Just to keep you posted on what’s new on Critical Correspondence – we have a new video interview as part of our series “What Sustains You?” with AUNTS. We’ve also posted some notes on February’s DTW Lobby TALKS about the Relevance of the University, Part II. And we’ve posted a link to Ursula Eagly’s lovely article on Deborah Hay in Artforum called Reaction Time.

Be well,
CC

Video clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 1.25.2010

Video clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, January 25, 2010.
Featuring works by Rebecca Lloyd-Jones, Jenny MaryTai Liu, and Kate Watson-Wallace.

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Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church 1.11.2010

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, January 11, 2010.
Featuring works by 2008 Artists-in-Residence: Karl Cronin, Pavel Zuštiak, Arturo Vidich, and Daria Faïn.

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