SOUND and VIDEO for Performance:
A week-long Sound and Video Lab with Anna Luisa Petrisko + Maria Chavez
DECEMBER 2nd - 11th
This 8-day residential intensive explores both how sound and video can exist as both a record of performance and as performance itself. Through a combination of technical training and live performance; aspects of video recording and editing and turntable and sound editing technique will be explored.
Regular opportunities for collaboration, critical feedback and performance will happen throughout the week.
This will be an opportunity to work with established performance artists to develop existing work, create new material or simply build skills in aspects of live and pre-recorded performance.
Accessible devices such as phones, laptops and turntables will be the principle tools needed.
This is a residential group intensive. Rooms are shared and meals are prepared by our live-in chef and eaten together. Schedule includes daily classes, performances, lab opportunities and nightly events.
Our 'FOUNDATIONS series' are modules providing 7-14 day immersive training in aspects of performance not often available to working artists outside of academia. These are residential intensives working with two Artists from the fields of sound, costuming, video and lighting design as well as archive and dramaturgical work.
A world-building, material intimacies, and costuming module for performance with hana van der kolk and Lea Kieffer
OCTOBER 25th-NOVEMBER 6th
This two week residential intensive explores how costuming, set and altered spaces inform and birth performance, as well as how intimacy and collaboration with non-animate others can emerge from embodied practice and altered modes of perception. Weaving technical training in fabric and set work, body-centered group practice, as well as regular opportunities for collaboration, critical feedback and performance, this will be an opportunity to develop existing work, create new material or simply build skills in aspects of performance outside of choreography.