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OTHER PURSUITS – CALEB HAMMONS

OTHER PURSUITS – CALEB HAMMONS {0}

TUESDAY AUGUST 4 at 7PM – ELASTIC CITY FESTIVAL – Twenty million adult Americans make art. Only two million earn their primary income from their practice. Should anyone in America expect to make a living as an artist? Talk participants will be asked to reveal how they identify on the artistic spectrum. This group of […]

GENDER / POWER WORKSHOP

GENDER / POWER WORKSHOP {0}

JULY  6 – 11 – Gender/Power Workshop, Lead by Maya Ciarrocchi and Kris Grey, Gender/Power is a collaborative working methodology that includes performance, video installation, and workshops to directly engage with marginalized communities in order to address social justice issues around authority and gender. During this one-week session, Gender/Power builds a safe-space workshop using specifically […]

CRAWL CHAPTER 3

CRAWL CHAPTER 3 {0}

FRIDAY JUNE 19, 7.30PM – The People Movers Present:  CRAWL: Chapter 3. CRAWL introduces a unique and contemporary model for arts presentation in New York City. Taking place in four distinct venues in various neighborhoods across the city, each production features two emerging choreographers as well as a third artistic act. CRAWL events demonstrate the […]

BOUNDARIES OF THE VISIBLE

BOUNDARIES OF THE VISIBLE {0}

MONDAY JUNE 8, 2.30 to 7PM – International Colloquium – What does it mean to be visible? Answers to this question depend on cultures, eras, disciplines, and the agendas of those who speak. The visible: is it what can be seen, or rather what is seen? Artists, writers, poets, philosophers, and scientists have different vocabularies […]

TAK

TAK {0}

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 17. 8PM – TAK Is a New York based chamber ensemble who delivers energetic and virtuosic performances of contem- porary classical music through their, “restless strands of ever-shifting color and vigor,”(Feast of Music). They frequently collaborate with video and installation artists and experimental theater to create immersive concert experiences. TAK has had the […]

100^ DDP [doing dog paddle]

100^ DDP [doing dog paddle] {0}

Our incredible 4th season has reached its triumphant end. We launched our first ever fundraiser, and with your support, exceeded our goal. We had over 25,000 visitors, and partnered with many wonderful institutions.  Thank you all for working with us, being in the audience, and helping the Invisible Dog grow tremendously over the last year. […]

OPENING SEASON 5

OPENING SEASON 5 {0}

SEASON 5 – FALL – WINTER 2013 / Since we opened in 2009, The Invisible Dog has been the home of hundreds of performances, events and exhibitions. As each one ends, they become installed in the permanent collection of memories at The Invisible Dog. These memories are the foundation for each upcoming program. This year […]

CURRENT PRACTICE – BIOS {0}

CURATOR Hesse McGraw  is a curator, writer and artist. He was recently appointed Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs at the San Francisco Art Institute. He was formerly the chief curator of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, the former associate director of Max Protetch gallery in New York, and the founding director and […]

MATE SERIE 3 BIO {0}

At MATÉ_series number 3 Schafer will be performing a live processing of Arnold Schoenbergs’ Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 work from 1912. By utilizing an oscillator, vocoder, Roland 303, mixer feedback, and an array of effects pedals, Schafer will sample and translate the original Schoenberg composition into a deployment of dissonance. David Schafer is a visual and sound artist working in sculpture, […]

THE PEOPLE TO COME / BIOGRAPHY {0}

a canary torsi creates site-adaptable, installation-based performance projects. Formed in 2009 by New York choreographer Yanira Castro, a canary torsi invites audiences to participate in work that is anchored in live performance and extends into other media and online platforms. Ranging from formal movement and immersive audio installations to fictional Twitter feeds and interactive websites, […]