THE DAEDALUS EFFECT AND OTHER DILEMMAS

THE DAEDALUS EFFECT AND OTHER DILEMMAS {0}

JANUARY 24 – 26 – 7.30PM – DANCE – THE DAEDALUS EFFECT AND OTHER DILEMMAS by ARTURO VIDICH – Vidich’s The Daedalus Effect and other dilemmas is a piece about work. As the creator and performer, Vidich assumes both the mythical persona of Daedalus, the taciturn engineer who invented the labyrinth, and Icarus, his ill-fated […]

SACRE

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JANUARY 10 – 14 – DANCE – SACRE by DAVID WAMPACH – An extreme experience: a man and a woman nearly breathe the life out of each other. This is how French choreographer David Wampach opens up a new perspective on Vaslav Nijinsky’s The Rite of Spring in his latest piece SACRE. Together with dancer […]

READY TO KISS

READY TO KISS {0}

SUNDAY JANUARY 13 – 3PM – DANCE – READY TO KISS [PRET A BAISER] – OLIVIER DUBOIS – From “The rite of spring”  of Igor Stravinski  with musical arrangements by Francois Caffenne. « My Muse… With my mouth, I will carne you With my kiss, I will satisfy the insatiable and morbid condition of my […]

THE SHINING

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DEC 11 – 16  & DEC 18 – 22 – 8PM & 9.30PM – DANCE – THE SHINING by Yvonne Meier – Presented by New York Live Arts – Back by popular demand, The Shining is a thrilling dance-installation set inside the intricate maze of 350 refrigerator boxes. Originally created and performed in 1993 at […]

DITHER EXTRAVAGANZA

DITHER EXTRAVAGANZA {0}

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17 – 5PM-10pm – MUSIC – DITHER INVISIBLE DOG EXTRAVAGANZA The electric guitar quartet Dither presents the third “Invisible Dog Extravaganza!” – an eclectic festival event that represents a cross-section of the creative music scene in New York. This year’s extravaganza will feature legendary keyboardist Anthony Coleman, the duo of guitarist Mary Halvorson […]

RECESSION ART

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NOVEMBER 3 – 11 – PROLONGED EXPOSURE, A RECESSION ART EXHIBITION Prolonged Exposure, curated by Kaegan Sparks, explores boredom and restlessness as charged affects, suspended between detachment and agitation, inertia and change. Works in the exhibition respond to potentially paralyzing states of waiting, idleness, distraction, and fatigue, seeking to overhaul viewers’ sensory and interpretive habits […]

TAKE HER TO SEE THE MACO LIGHTS

TAKE HER TO SEE THE MACO LIGHTS {0}

NOVEMBER 14 -18 – TAKE HER TO SEE THE MACO LIGHTS – THEATER – SUPERWOLF presents the NY Premiere of Take her to See the Maco Lights, a play by Bekah Brunstetter, as a theater, installation, and musical performance. About Maco Lights- Tobacco land, North Carolina:  A boy with a guitar, trapped in time, lurks […]

SHABOYGEN by STEVEN AND WILLIAM LADD

SHABOYGEN by STEVEN AND WILLIAM LADD {0}

SEPTEMBER 15 – NOVEMBER 3 –LAST WEEK – SEASON OPENING – EXHIBITION – SHABOYGEN by STEVEN & WILLIAM LADD-In 2009, The Invisible Dog asked Brooklyn-based brothers Steven and William Ladd to create a chandelier for our grand opening. Steven and William have left their impression on our building and in our memory, and we invite […]

S.E.M. ENSEMBLE – MANY MANY WOMEN

S.E.M. ENSEMBLE – MANY MANY WOMEN {0}

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2 – 6PM – LAST MINUTE – MUSIC – From 1971 to 1978, Kotik worked with texts by Gertrude Stein, a period that culminated in his largest work to date, Many Many Women (1975-78). It uses the entire text of Stein’s 86-page novella of the same title. There is no general score, and […]

SARAH MAXFIELD IN RESIDENCE

SARAH MAXFIELD IN RESIDENCE {0}

NOVEMBER 14-17 & 21-24 – THE GLASS HOUSE – Sarah Maxfield presents two installations as part of her Nonlinear Lineage project, an oral history and ephemera archive of experimental dance and performance in New York City. The first installation (We deserve each other, No.2) is a constellation of ephemera from the growing Nonlinear Lineage archive. […]