Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, 9.13.2010

Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, September 13 2010, featuring works by Joanna Kotze, Rebekah Windmiller, Cori Kresge.

Joanna Kotze
Performance: Joanna Kotze
Music: Boby Lapointe, Radiohead

Joanna Kotze began creating her own work in 2004 at her alma mater Miami University, Oxford OH. She has since choreographed four pieces for Miami’s Dance Theatre. In New York, she has shown work through Movement Research at the Judson Church, WAXworks and the 92nd Street Y Fridays at Noon. She was a 2010 Choreographers’ Project Fellow at Summer Stages in Concord, MA and will be presenting a new work as part of Dance New Amsterdam’s Raw Material program this October. Joanna has danced with Wally Cardona since 2000, performing throughout NYC (including the BAM’s Next Wave Festival), the United States, Canada, Europe, and Mexico. She also currently dances for Kimberly Bartosik/daela, Netta Yerushalmy and Daniel Charon. Since moving to NYC in 1998, she has also danced for the Metropolitan Opera including their works by Doug Varone, Nina Winthrop (including a solo role in an opera performed at the National Theater in Belgrade and at BAM’s Next Wave Festival), Mimi Garrard Dance Theater, and Company Appels. She has studied Klein technique with Barbara Mahler since 2003. Joanna is originally from South Africa, has a BA in Architecture from Miami University (’98) and is a freelance architectural model builder.

AnOther Other (a work in progress)
Danced and choreographed by Rebekah Windmiller
Music: Animals, itsnotyouitsme
A further developed version of AnOther Other will be presented at Dixon Place on November 17, 2010. For more information, please contact Rebekah at

Rebekah Windmiller is a dancer and choreographer making solo work since 1982. From her beginnings in dance, to more recent forays into voice and theater, Ms. Windmiller continues to explore a range of movement-based performance possibilities. Whistleblower premiered at the Kitchen in 1993, and later Room Under the Roof, first seen in her bedroom, was set on The Kitchen’s stage in 1998. Other works have been seen at The Knitting Factory, Spoke-the-Hub, Movement Research at the Judson Church, The Construction Company, The Merce Cunningham Studio, Danspace Project, University Settlement, the Ohio Dance Festival, Cleveland Performance Art Festival and the Minnesota Fringe Festival. In addition to stage performance, Ms. Windmiller has created works in parks, on piers, and for the camera. Her work has received support through scholarships, grants, and awards over the years. She studies ballet with Carolyn Lord and at the Joffrey Ballet School, improvisation with K.J. Holmes, and theater with New York Mask and Clown. Ms. Windmiller is a resident choreographer with Dance Under Construction where she continues to perform and create new dances.

Sapience II
Created and performed by Cori Kresge
Music: Composed by Jeremy Tressler
Costume: Cori Kresge

Cori Kresge graduated from SUNY Purchase with a BFA in dance. She has also studied traditional Balinese dance in Indonesia. Cori is a member of the Merce Cunningham Repertory Understudy Group, the Wendy Osserman Dance Company, and Danscores by Ofelia Loret de Mola. Her own choreography is driven by immediate global issues, radical scientific theories, and evolutionary fantasies. Cori hopes to provide a space for people to imagine some of the wonderful and terrifying possibilities of where our civilization is headed.


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