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

AN EXISTENTIAL BRUNCH

I am thrilled to be part of An Existential Brunch on Sunday June 17, 12-5pm; hosted by Overturn Theater.

It has the promise of the perfect Sunday afternoon;
8 new works,
complimentary eggs and mimosas…
and kids and daddys get a discount : )
Who can beat that?
maybe (working title), is a new exploration of movement, voice and piano, inspired by observations made during a recent temporary reception job, as well as a desire to get back into my practice of singing and playing the piano. Performed to music by Ellen Sejersted Bødker and myself.
Come and have the best Sunday ever.
xoxox GET TICKETS HERE or at the door
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The event is hosted by
Kristy Dodson
Artistic Director of
Overturn Theatre.

BAX Upstart Festival

 

EyeKnee Coordination is excited to be part of BAX Upstart Festival, a two-day showcase curated by renowned choreographer Shannon Hummel, founder/director of Cora Dance and Marya Warshaw, Founding and Executive Director of BAX.

I will be presenting Begin, and Begin Again, a piece for dance, voice and video.  

WHAT:         Begin, and Begin Again 
WITH:           Oren Barnoy, Cristina Jasen, Run Shayo and Einy Åm 
WHERE:       BAX (Brooklyn Arts Exchange), 421 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
                      718.832.0018, info@bax.org 
WHEN:          Friday March 23 at 8pm
TICKETS:     $15 General, $8 Low-Income.
                      Buy tickets online HERE

The festival also presents work by:
Robin Neveu Brown, Hannah Emerson, Kirstin Kapustik & Dancers, Brittany Schmid, niv Acosta, Megan Harrold / Inimois Dance, Nadia Tykulsker / Spark(edlt) Arts, Tara Aisha Willis and BAXco Youth Dance Company.
For full schedule and more details visit  www.bax.org

ENCOUNTER

I am pleased to announce that my dance film ENCOUNTER, created in collaboration with Run Shayo and Tori Sparks, will be presented at MOVIEHOUSE today, Sunday January 8th 2012, 7pm, alongisde Under the Metal, Skin by Alexx Shilling.

So, if you find yourself in Williamsburg  Sunday evening, come on by!
ENCOUNTER explores the curiosity, fear and mistrust that is so common when faced with something (or someone) unfamiliar, and the constant shift between resistance and acceptance, to finally arrive at a place of humbleness and mutual understanding.
The video is in two parts, and originally screened as part of a commissioned piece for dance, video and string quartet in five sections to music by Magnar Åm.