Baryshnikov Arts Center

Past Performance
Baryshnikov Arts Center Presents

BAC Space 2014 Studio Showings

Nov 12 + 14, 2014 |

BAC Space is a 3-week intensive residency period (Nov 3-22) during which 22 artists and companies will develop projects and collaborations, working simultaneously in all of BAC's studios and theaters. BAC Space 2014 Resident Artists will have dedicated time and space for creative investigation, as well as opportunities to meet and exchange ideas with other artists across disciplines.

On November 12 and 14, BAC Space 2014 Resident Artists offer a rare glimpse into the creative process, presenting work-in-progress public showings of the projects they are developing at BAC.
 

Nov 12 / Wed at 4PM 
Studio 4B
Pam Tanowitz / Dance
Project: An evening-length dance inspired by a J.D. Salinger short story and French New Wave cinema

Nov 12 / Wed at 5PM
Studio 4A
Nora Chipaumire and Charlotte Brathwaite / Dance + Theater + Installation
Project: portrait of myself as my father, a work focusing on perceptions and fatherhood deconstructed through movement

Nov 12 / Wed at 7PM
Studio 6A
Rashaun Mitchell and Sara Mearns / Dance
Project: An exploration of new ideas in ballet and modern dance, hosted in association with Danspace Project's Platform 2015 Residency

Nov 14 / Fri at 10:30AM 
Studio 4A
Silas Riener and Adrian Danchig-Waring / Dance
Project: An exploration of new ideas in ballet and modern dance, hosted in association with Danspace Project's Platform 2015 Residency 

Nov 14 / Fri at 11:30AM 
Studio 4B
Terrence O'Brien / Theater
Project: Popular Mechanics, a work exploring ways in which ritualistic human sacrifice is represented in theater today

Nov 14 / Fri at 12:30PM 
Studio 6A
Peter Zummo and Ernie Brooks / Music + Poetry
Project: A collaboration with poet Paolo Javier, developing open form compositions with lyrics and instrumentals inspired by Arthur Russell and other downtown New York musicians of the 1970s

Nov 14 / Fri at 1:30PM
Studio 6B
Jim Findlay / Theater + Multimedia
Project: Vine of the Dead (VOD), a visual art performance that attempts to communicate across the divide between life and death

 

Leadership support for BAC Space provided by Anonymous, The Enoch Foundation, Ford Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Danny Kaye and Sylvia Fine Kaye Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts, Princess Grace Foundation-USA, and The Jerome Robbins Foundation. (As of November 2014.)


Photo by Anna Lee Campbell