Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 11.1.2010

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, November 1, 2010. Featuring works by Bryan Campbell, Benjamin Kimitch, and Jonah Bokaer.

Research for the quadruped protagonist
Conceived and performed by Bryan Campbell
Rehearsal space provided by Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier and by The Dragon’s Egg, an artist operated space in Mystic, CT.
Funded in part by FUSED (French-US Exchange in Dance), a program of the National Dance Project/New England Foundation for the Arts, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in New York, and FACE (French American Cultural Exchange) with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Florence Gould Foundation.

Bryan Campbell
is a choreographic artist working principally in New York. His pieces for theater and video have been presented in New York City at The Tank, Dance Theater Workshop, Lumenhouse, LaMaMa, and Chen Dance Center, as well as in various venues in New England and Europe. As a performer, he has rented himself to Christopher Williams, Sydney Skybetter, David Parker, David Wampach, and Jana Unmüssig, among others. He recently spent a year of residence and study in the framework of ex.e.r.ce at Centre Chorégraphique National de Montpellier under the direction of Mathilde Monnier.

*no video for Benjamin Kimitch

in passing. (draft)
Choreographed by Benjamin Kimitch
Music by Peter Tchaikovsky, “The Sleeping Beauty, Op. 66: Finale: Apotheose”
Sound score by Matthew Meade
Performed by Allysen Hooks and Tzu-Ying Lee

Benjamin Kimitch grew up studying Chinese folk dance in Minneapolis. En route to receiving his BFA in Dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, he indulged in movement excursions at Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance, Shanghai Theater Academy Peking Opera School, and CAP21 conservatory. Benjamin has had the pleasure of performing in the works of Alwin Nikolais, Simone Sandroni, David Balula, Pamela Pietro, and Faye Minli Lim. Benjamin’s own work has been presented by the Minnesota Fringe Festival and in NYC by LaMaMa E.T.C. and Spoke the Hub. He is grateful for the invitation to present his work in the winter 2011 Draftwork series at Danspace Project. Benjamin has additionally created movement structures for the Brooklyn band Bad Nancy, performing in venues such as Glasslands, Death by Audio, and ABC no Rio. By day, Benjamin is Community Liaison/Programming Assistant at Dance Theater Workshop. Many thanks to Allysen, Tzu-Ying, and Matt for their contributions to this project.

Three Cases Of Amnesia
Choreography, Media, Performance by Jonah Bokaer
Case One: Trophy
Case Two: Double Feature
Case Three: Prime Mover
Samuel Stonefield, company manager

Jonah Bokaer is an international choreographer, media artist, and social innovator. His work often integrates choreography with digital media, resulting from cross-disciplinary collaborations with artists and architects. Bokaer’s choreography has been shown in Belgium, Canada, Cuba, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Few of his works are now seen in New York. Bokaer’s production “REPLICA,” created with Daniel Arsham and Judith Sánchez Ruíz, is currently engaged in a 5-country tour. This production led to an organized visit to Cuba in 2009, hosted by the Cuban Artists Fund. Bokaer is also a current choreographer for the operas of Robert Wilson. Such works include Gounod’s “FAUST” (National Opera of Poland), Verdi’s “AÏDA” (Opera of Rome, Italy), “KOOL” in tribute to Suzushi Hanayagi (USA/Japan) and the exhibition “FRONTERAS” (IVAM Museum, Spain). Future engagements for Bokaer’s work include Les Hivernales 33rd festival in Avignon, and Georgia Institute of Technology, with subsequent tours to Brussels and Berlin. Bokaer is also the 2011 recipient of the Bogliasco Foundation prize in choreography. For more information visit


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