IDEAS CITY 2015

Ok, it finally feels like fall in New York… Looking back on the beginning of summer and an improvised performance with fellow dance artist Corinne Cappelletti and poet Nathaniel Watts as part of the IDEAS CITY festival and 4th Arts Block.

Ah… goodbye warm summer days, ’til we meet again!

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MOVIEHOUSE & DIXON PLACE

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.

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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
reservations: moviehousebk@gmail.com

DIRECTIONS and MORE INFO

APRIL 30 – DIXON PLACE
Crossing Boundaries
7.30pm
$12 (advance), $15 / $10 student/senior and TDF (door)

DIRECTIONS and MORE INFO

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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.

PERFORMERS:
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

PROSPECT CONCERTS

FEBRUARY 1st is almost here, and I’d like to invite you to join me for this upcoming event in candle light, curated by Ilusha Tsinadze. I’ll be sharing the program with some amazing dancers and musicians, including a very special surprise opening duo! So if you find yourself in Park Slope and in the mood for some popcorn and unplugged music and dance, come and join us!

PROSPECT CONCERTS
new dances and old songs

Tori Sparks and Einy Åm
Tori Sparks and Einy Åm in ENCOUNTER, a collaboration with video artist Run Shayo

Friday, FEB 1, 8pm (doors open at 7.45pm)

WITH: 
The Berger Sisters (music)
Corinne Cappelletti, Eva Perrotta & Ben Owens
(dance & music)
Einy Åm / EyeKnee Coordination (dance)

WHERE: 
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture
53 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn
NY 11215
website

TICKETS: $15 at the door

The Berger Sisters explore music from around the world including cajun, klezmer, americana, jazz, brazilian, western swing and pretty much anything else they fancy.

Eva Perrotta and Corinne Cappelletti performs IMPRINT: one by one, a live cartographic performance, accompanied by live music by Ben Owens. The piece is a journey following the energetic imprint of touch to awaken tissues of consciousness, and experience the meaning of support. 

Einy Åm / EyeKnee Coordination presents a sneak peek of the upcoming piece will this moment ever let go? as well as a screening of the dance film Encounter, created in collaboration with Run Shayo (video artist) and Tori Sparks (performer).