ACTUA 1

ACTUA 1 {0}

MAY 16-18 / 8PM / PERFORMANCE / ACTUA 1 constructs an event that both happened and did not.  An exercise in futility and concentration, the piece is named after Actua One, a lost film from the May ’68 uprisings. Performers pace restlessly in the main gallery, as they spout slogans for a missing revolution. Actors […]

LAST DAYS / FIRST FIELD

LAST DAYS / FIRST FIELD {0}

MAY 7-8-9 / 7.30pm / LAST DAYS – FIRST FIELD by JILL SIGMAN / A movement ritual for our time, “last days/first field” kinesthetically distills the feeling of now– what it is to live in the face of climate change, extreme weather, economic instability, and political polarization. Eight dancers channel natural geological processes, ancient practices, […]

DUCHESSES

DUCHESSES {0}

APRIL 24-25 – 7.30PM – DANCE – DUCHESSES by & with FRANCOIS CHAIGNAUD  MARIE CAROLINE HOMINAL – Between arid ecstasy, radiant meditation and cruel hypnosis, Duchesses explores an unlikely dance, sovereign and prisoner from the most ancient game of humanity. The hula hoop, symbol of sexual liberation, becomes for the Duchess a choreographic device, instantaneous […]

PEN WORLD VOICE FESTIVAL

PEN WORLD VOICE FESTIVAL {0}

FRIDAY MAY 3 – 7-10PM – BUREAU OF APOLOGY: AN INTERACTIVE ART PROJECT by BRENT BIRNBAUM The Bureau of Apology is, at first glance, simply an office. Looks are deceiving and patterns can be quickly deciphered as a murky kind of bureaucratic hell begins to emerge. Visitors will be asked to participate in a progressive […]

MATE_series 3

MATE_series 3 {0}

FRIDAY MARCH 29 – 8pm – MUSIC – MATE is a series, curated and organized by Richard Garet, dedicated to sound and moving image presentations that are derived from ideas, processes, material, and media experimentation. This series attempts to present from within a large spectrum of today’s experimentalists, the work of artists that are vigorously […]

BENNINGTON / BROOKLYN / JERSEY / CONNECTICUT

BENNINGTON / BROOKLYN / JERSEY / CONNECTICUT {0}

FRIDAY MARCH 22 – 7.30PM – READING – Writers from the Bennington College MFA Program and Beyond converge. Featuring acclaimed novelist Alice Mattison, Liz Arnold, Jeremy Oldfield, T. Glen Coughlin, Willa Carroll, Amy Herrick, Jackie Corley, Julia Lichtblau Alice Mattison, Brooklyn native and Bennington faculty member, has written six novels and five story collections. The […]

AUNTS + CATCH

AUNTS + CATCH {0}

FRIDAY 22 FEBRUARY – 8pm (CATCH→AUNTS) – SATURDAY 23 FEBRUARY- 8pm (AUNTS→CATCH) Catch, “everyone’s favorite” multidisciplinary performance and video series, trades fundamentals and formats with AUNTS, a dance/performance/party event  “keeping the spirit of experimentation alive,” for two nights of performance FEBRUARY 22 CATCH→AUNTS will make dance happen with a night of performance and good old fashioned […]

THE RECORD

THE RECORD {0}

FEBRUARY 13-16 – 7.30PM – THEATER – THE RECORD by 600 HIGHWAYMEN – The Record is a theatrical portrait of 35 people who come together for 57 minutes over four consecutive evenings to perform for an audience. The subject is themselves; the time is now. In conjunction with a sweeping, live soundscape that reflects both […]

VEAL

VEAL {0}

FEBRUARY 7-9 – 7.30PM – INSTALLATION WITH PERFORMANCE – VEAL by HARRISON ATELIER – VEAL is the newest work from multidisciplinary design collective Harrison Atelier (HAt). HAt principals Seth and Ariane Harrison and their collaborators have created a large-scale sculptural and sound installation, featuring a contemporary dance performance, exploring the development of the ecology of […]

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 […]