Video Clips from Movement Research at The Judson Church 2.7.2011

Video clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, January, 2011. Featuring work by Jin Ju Song-Begin, Satoshi Haga, Yve Laris Cohen*

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The Path Which Empties Me (108)
Choreographer: Jin Ju Song-Begin
Composer/Musician: Jerome Begin
Dancers: Emily Bock, Esmé Boyce, Kevin Fay, Breanna Gribble, Karen Harvey, Juhwan Hwang, Scott Marlowe, Matthew Reeves, Jin Ju Song-Begin

Jin Ju Song-Begin is a choreographer, dancer and dance teacher from Seoul, Korea. Her work has been performed in Korea, Japan and the USA. She frequently collaborates with composers and uses live music for performances. She is currently dancing in NYC with several choreographers including the Sean Curran Dance Company. She will show an evening of her works at the Center for Performance Research on April 17th. www.songbegin.com

Untitled 3 (work-in-progress)

Choreography: Satoshi Haga with Rie Fukuzawa
Music and sound design: binbinFactory
Performers: Rie Fukuzawa and Satoshi Haga

Satoshi Haga has been collaborating with Rie Fukuzawa as binbinFactory since September 2009. Their works have been presented by Dance conversation at the Flea, The Giacobetti Paul gallery, Downtown Dance Festival, DanceNow Twenty Ten Festival, Sundays at Three at 92nd Street Y in 2010 and a finalist of THE A.W.A.R.D. Show! 2010 NYC. www.binbinfactory.org

Dog House
Created and performed by Yve Laris Cohen*, in collaboration with Cynthia Koppe

*Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2011

Yve Laris Cohen is a Movement Research Artist-in-Residence 2010, a Fresh Tracks Resident at Dance Theater Workshop, and will receive an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University in 2011. He is thrilled to be working with Cynthia Koppe for the first time. Many thanks to Kristel Baldoz. yvelaris@gmail.com

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