Open Field Initiative and 119 Gallery present XFest 2016, a festival of improvised music, visuals and movement.
Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to the greater Philadelphia region. His latest brainchild, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement), presented at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden. Graffito Works is a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make it readily accessible to… Continue reading Graffito Works at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
Graffito Works Presents a Performance inspired by Robert Lobe’s “In the Forest Drawn of Metal” featuring Forest Projects, Collaborative Works with Kathleen Gilje. The performance took place at the West Gallery, Grounds For Sculpture. Steven Weisz’s brainchild, Graffito Works, is a unique platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make… Continue reading Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture
Boing! is an exploration of bouncing and swirling, created as a fusion of music, dance, performance, and installation. A kinesthetically playful and aurally rich experience, Boing! delivers child-like fun with sophisticated composition. This work features an ensemble of crafty performers moving and sounding within thousands of ping-pong balls and an array of cooking pots, forming… Continue reading Vervet Dance presents: Boing! (preview)
The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia is a monthly series curated by dance artist Loren Groenendaal and experimental percussionist flandrew fleisenberg that features improvisational dance, music, and other experimental performance from local and touring artists. For March, the series included six movements: Movement I Megan Stern, dance and movement flandrew fleisenberg, the unique percussionist and sound… Continue reading The H-O-T Series of Philadelphia: March 2015
Asimina Chremos is a dance and crochet artist currently based in Philadelphia, PA Jack Wright, described twenty years ago as an “undergrounder by design”, has been a saxophone improviser traveling through the US and Europe since the early 80s in search of interesting partners and playing situations.
Can a dance be destroyed? Dance artist Leyya Tawil answers the question in a piece titled: Destroy. The performance took place at Mascher Space in Philadelphia, PA. Music Devin Hoff (bass) Julius Masri (drums) & Nick Millevoi (guitar) Dancers Kate Abernethy Gregory Holt Barbara Tait Antonia Z Brown Willa Brown Shannon Murphy Sophie Malin &… Continue reading Destroy// Philly