The 30th annual Performance Mix Festival includes Wednesday night’s Edgy NYC + MTL curated by Miriam Ginestier.
Margaret Tudor on Daniel Kok and Luke George’s ‘Bunny’ @ Abrons Arts Center.
There’s a density of experience in being alone that is almost irreconcilable. Almost impenetrable. Some people call it a void but I find it totally not void-y. It’s. Unavoidable.
Becca has a magnetism naturally suited for an audience. Flexible in expression, solid in stature, Becca can hold their own. It’s no wonder friends encouraged them to do a solo show.
Hands as knife, like a dictator’s arm, the brute use of force; hands as cups, open to receiving or a tool for sustaining…
I’m drawn to the body, repelled by the face. I think of Stop and Frisk Watch apps. I think of fear.
Jerry Lieblich and Jarrett Moran go in-depth about poop and mass
Or, All The Questions I Was Too Shy/Chicken To Ask At The Just Like A Woman Long Table.
That feeling when it’s in your belly and you just want to smile. That’s the moment.
Lydia and Kimberly discuss violence, rigor, legacy, collaborators, taxidermy forms, and the making of “Ecsteriority4 (Part 2).”
On 7 Daughters of Eve Thr. & Perf. Co.’s ritualistic cleansing of sharecropper shame, song, and the danger of appropriation.
A dialogue on dance, theater, and intuitive responses centered around David Neumann / Advanced Beginner Group’s ‘I Understand Everything Better’ at Abrons Art Center through April 25.