Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 3.29.2010

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church March 29, 2010.

Featuring works by Julie Fotheringham & Jarryd Lowder, Rebecca Patek, and Jen McGinn.

Created and performed by Julie Fotheringham and Jarryd Lowder

Although her current work looks nothing like it, Julie Fotheringham comes from a background of gymnastics, circus arts, and dance, most notably Cirque du Soleil. She’s been creating and performing her own work in NY since 2006, collaborating with Jarryd Lowder since ’08. Her interests include public guerrilla performance, provoking people, burning bridges, and posting too many videos of herself dancing on Facebook. For more info, go to Jarryd Lowder is an artist working with electronic audiovisual media (integrating forms such as video, sound and music) primarily for live performance. His performances and other works have been presented in the US and countries such as Spain, France, Japan, Finland, Korea and the Netherlands. At the School of Visual Arts MFA Computer Art department, he works as an instructor of studio classes in Video and Sound/Music. For more information and free downloadable albums & videos –

Jessica: The Story of a Girl Trapped in a Drain
A piece to raise awareness
Choreography and Performance by Rebecca Patek and Allison Lorenzen (New Extreme Dance Explosions Awesomes)
Costumes by Rebecca Patek and Allison Lorenzen
Music by Brian Eno and David Byrne, Meco, and Clint Marshall

Rebecca Patek attended North Carolina School for the Arts as a ballet major and received a BFA in Dance from The University of the Arts. She has danced in Philadelphia and New York with Tania Isaac, Brigitta Herrmann, Anne Marie Mulgrew and Dancers, React Dance, Kinesis Project Dance Theater, Katsura Kan and in Denmark with Half Machine and Live Arts Installations. She was selected as an associate artist in residence at Atlantic Center for the Arts. Her recent film collaboration was show as part of Philadelphia Dance Projects 2009 Motion Pictures. Her work has been presented at The Joyce Soho as part of Performance Mix, Mulberry St. Theatre as part of NewSteps, AUNTS, Nexus Foundation for Todays Art, The Overture Center,The Won Institute, Brickyard Pond, and The LoFt among others. Allison Lorenzen is a dancer and musician. Her dance work with Patek as New Extreme Dance Explosions Awesomes has been presented at several notable venues on the East Coast. She has collaborated with Live Art Installations and Half Machine in Denmark since 2007 as a dancer and musician. Allison writes and performs original music, and also sings with the rock band Hair Rocket. She has had the pleasure of working with many talented folks including Hana Erdman, Laurent Lavole, Devin Bird, Denise Gagner, and Sherry Saterstrom. Allison holds a B.A. in Dance from St. Olaf College (2004), and is a certified yoga instructor.

Burgundy Court
by Jen McGinn
with James McGinn, Jung-eun Kim, and Jen McGinn
Sound Design by Jen McGinn, sampling from The Violent Femmes, Gene Kelly, Louis Armstrong, Melanie, The Magnetic Fields, The London Philharmonic Orchestra

Jung-eun Kim aka je is a choreographer, dancer and media designer. Je has enjoyed working with Jen ever since she landed in America. James McGinn is a contemporary performer, primarily invested in improvisationally-based work. He has been greatly influenced by performing in the work of Wally Cardona, Talya Epstein, Miguel Gutierrez, Ishmael Houston-Jones, & John Jasperse and is currently making work with Jonah Bokaer, Judith Shanchez Ruiz, & The Troupe: Michelle Mola/Zack Winokur and his sister Jen McGinn. James is an Alumni of Eugene Lang College, The New School for Liberal Arts and has been a part of the American Dance Festival community for the past 9 years. Jen McGinn began dancing in the womb of an incredible ballerina, while listening to the Scottish limericks and songs whispered to her by her father, a painter. Today, she makes works with her friends and family as an independent dance artist. Her interests include Cecchetti ballet, magical thinking, and logic problems.


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