Video Clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, March 28, 2011.

Video clips from Movement Research at the Judson Church, March 28, 2011. Featuring works by Jon Kinzel**, Katy Pyle, Maree ReMalia*, Philip Connaughton††.

** Movement Research Artist in Residence 2009
* MFA Candidate, Ohio State University supported in part by Ohio State University
†† in collaboration with Dance Ireland


EMBODY

Choreography and performance by Philip Connaughton
Philip Connaughton trained at Rambert School London and since then has worked mainly between Barcelona and Dublin with Irish Modern Dance Theatre, Rex Levitates, Ciotog, Lanonima Imperial, Thomas Noone Dance and Sol Pico. He has also worked with Sara Rudner, John Jasperse, Sean Curran, Lar Lubovitch and Amir Housseinpour to name but a few.

Unification Theory (working title)

Choreography and performance by Katy Pyle with Jules Skloot

Katy Pyle is a Multimedia Performance Artist whose work has been presented at Danspace Project at St Mark’s Church, Dance Theater Workshop, and through Movement Research at the Judson Church and Fasad/Façade. She has received creative support from Dragon’s Egg in Mystic, CT, and the Rockbridge Artist’s Exchange in Lexington, VA. She teaches Yoga at OM Yoga Center, works as an Integrative Yoga Therapist in Radiation Oncology at Beth Israel and teaches knitting at Downtown Yarns.

Originally from Madison, WI, Jules Skloot is a dancer, choreographer and teacher who lives in Brooklyn, NY. Jules loves being in dances with Katy Pyle. As a choreographer, Jules has shown work at Dixon Place, the University Settlement, the Cunningham Studio, through AUNTS chain curations, as well as in theaters and performance spaces in Wisconsin, Massachusetts, California, and the Pacific Northwest. Jules teaches dance to people of many different ages at BAX in Brooklyn, and in public schools around the city.

nearly them

Choreography by Maree ReMalia in collaboration with the performers
Performers: Fiona Lundie, Abigail Zbikowski
Text: Fiona Lundie, Abigail Zbikowski
Music: Arthur Lyman, Black Dice, Brian Eno, Champion, Funkadelic, Latex Empire
Special thank-you to Ann Rodiger and Movement Research for their support with performance materials

Fiona Lundie, Maree ReMalia, and Abigail Zbikowski are currently MFA candidates in Dance at The Ohio State University. Collectively, their training spans Africanist forms, synchronized swimming, contemporary movement practices and classical ballet. These modalities, alongside their independent interests in cognition, agency and spectatorship have informed the abstract expressions in this piece. ReMalia’s process centers around the negotiation of dancer agency and the “third thing,” or creative work that results from the limitations and shaping provided by a directorial eye. Movement is generated primarily through improvisational structures that are used to awaken the responsive body and uncover new possibilities. Revealing the dimensionality or range that exists within the individual performer and offering a space for experiencing one another is what drives her creative work.

Scarecrow Scared of Herself (work in progress)

Conceived and performed by Jon Kinzel
Light Operator: Paige Martin
Music: Vivian Stoll, Jon Kinzel (score features a 40 second Mark Mothersbaugh sample)
Aspects of this work will influence a new piece Jon is making for the LaMama Moves Festival this June.

Amnesia: Part 1 (excerpt)

Choreography by Jon Kinzel
Dancers: Gina Borden, Sam Cutler, Linden Hill, Taryn McGovern, Valerie Miller, Sarah Szwed
Music by Nora Laudani
This piece is performed by Barnard College students and will be presented in full at the Miller Theater, April 29th and 30th, on the Columbia University campus.
Work by Jon Kinzel was made possible, in part, through the Movement Research Artist-in-Residence Program, funded, in part, by the Leonard and Sophie Davis Fund and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Jon Kinzel is a choreographer, dancer, and visual artist based in New York City. He began presenting his multidisciplinary work in 1988 and has gained international exposure with the production of over 30 pieces, which have included numerous commissions, residencies, and solo shows in the United States and abroad. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Barnard College and at NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ Experimental Theater Wing. His flat art/works on paper have been exhibited in Boston and New York City. In addition he has had the good fortune to collaborate with many troupes and individual dancers, artists, designers, and composers.

Nora Laudani has brought her work to EXIT ART, Surf Reality, BAAD collaborating with Arthur Aviles, Here, The Collective Unconscious, and La Mama; toured nationally with The Real Live Brady Bunch; collaborated in film projects with Brad Anderson; delivered voice-over with David Sedaris on NPR’s This American Life, and provided cartoon voices on MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1 and Noggin. She has been an Artist In Residence at The Brooklyn Children’s Museum, where she created a music program, and a guest performer at Lincoln Center’s Walter Reade Film Society. She is pleased to collaborate musically with dance artists.

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