Gillian Walsh’s “Scenario: Script to Perform” runs April 9-11 at the Kitchen.
Stormy responds Meredith Monk’s “On Behalf of Nature” at BAM
This month, Brooklyn-based choreographer Nadia Tykulsker and her collective, Spark(edIt) Arts, will debut a pair of performance endeavors. The first is a new work, Saw You Yesterday, made for four dancers atop a continuously spinning platform. The second is a new curatorial initiative, Soft Openings,
Elena Light on formalism, goddesses, and Jodi Melnick’s Oct. 8 BAM premiere.
Alison Burstein talked to Angela Mattox about curating performance
Marissa Perel talks to Glasgow-based artist / drummer / performer Fritz Welch about body movement & vocal sound, drawing practice, creating a multifaceted viewing experience, and Glasgow versus NYC.
Read Maximum Performance (BETA) Andy’s collected essays 2011-2013. Pay what you will.
Reflections on curatorial practice, the upcoming ACAQ Symposium in Montreal and the first edition of “The Autodidact’s Guide to Curatorial Practice In Performance”
Andy talks about mindfulness, meditation and live performance, featuring “The Culturebot Guide to Mindful Spectatorship”
Stormy Budwig’s essay: “notes on dance performance: perceptual research gesture struggle somatization aestheticized bodily terrains respect new language method ritual proprioceptive being”
A recording of Andy’s talk on “The Future Of Performance” given at The Glasshouse Project for BIPAF
Here is our completely subjective and totally biased Abridged & Annotated Guide to the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival.