We had so much fun working on this!
Check out Ryan Hobler’s new music video on BAEBLEMUSIC.COM:
This month EyeKnee Coordination will show two work-in-progress versions of WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS; each adapted in its own way for the particular venue and space.
APRIL 13 – MOVIEHOUSE @ 3rd WARD
Just a 15 min ride on the L train from Union Square, Moviehouse turns 3rd Ward arts facility into an interactive film and performance environment with half an hour of VJ beats and refreshments followed by a work-in-progress showing of the multimedia performance piece WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS, which merges dance, film and vocals, followed by a salon-style conversation with the artists.
$10 suggested donation
APRIL 30 – DIXON PLACE
$12 (advance), $15 / $10 student/senior and TDF (door)
WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS (a work-in-progress) is a multimedia dance theater piece which peeks into a surreal world of memories and daydream, embracing both the beautiful, bizarre and the melancholic.
Sarah Cameron, Kevin Ho, Run Shayo, Uta Takemura & Einy Åm Sparks.
Additional performers in video: Oren Barnoy, Corinne Cappelletti and Cristina Jasen.
Made possible through funding from Brooklyn Arts Council
Tonight Moviehouse @ 3rd Ward celebrates its 100th show, and they asked every artist who has ever presented at Moviehouse to send them their first film.
My collaboration with video artist Run Shayo, and performers Oren Barnoy and Cristina Jasen; WHERE THE LIGHT FALLS – floor quartet, will be screening alongside the first films from Manuela Viera-Gallo, IAmJen, Signe Baumane, Nina Paley, Pat Smith, Alison Chin, Bohdana Smyrnova, JL Aronson, Chioke Nassor, Nick Fox-Geig, Rob Carter, Alice Cox, Doug Williams, Jesse Kerman, and vvitanlny and many more.
February 9, 2013 7:00pm 3rd Ward, 195 Morgan Ave., BK (map) $10 suggested donation
Full details on their website.
Come out for the fashion event Icons And Relics! Presented by Location One and Quinndustry as a prelude to Fashion Week in the form of a theatrical fashion adventure, spotlighting the 2013 Fall/Winter collection of renowned designer David Quinn.
Inspired by knights’ armor, byzantine icons, and the gender ambiguities of the
La Garçonne style of the 1920s, this dreamscape is carried along by choreography
influenced by processionals and pagan festival dances.
Choreography by Luke Miller and Ede Thurrell, dramaturgy by Kate Valentine, sound design by Shaun Hettinger (Memoryymusic.com), and lighting design by Keith Truax.
MONDAY, February 4 at 8pm and 8:30pm.
Admission is FREE. Seating is limited.
Location One – 26 Greene Street (between Grand and Canal Streets). location1.org.