Aug
19
to Sep 16

Radius of Transmission: Part I

Co-created by Ondine Geary, Robin Salant, and members of the community.

Radius of Transmission is a multidisciplinary, site-specific exploration of grief in three parts. It translates the strangeness of being-in-grief into new contexts, one that uses live performance, technology and installation to similarly dislodge audience members from normative states of experience.

(objects): Part I is an interactive installation in a storage unit, co-created with members of the community, that explores our need to stay tethered to the loved ones we’ve lost.

For more information, visit the project website. Visitors can attend (objects): Part I August 19-September 16. The experience is free of charge. To attend, sign up for an appointment here. Location details and instructions will be sent in a confirmation email.

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Sep
4
to Sep 7

Radius of Transmission: Parts II & III

Created by Ondine Geary in collaboration with many others.

Radius of Transmission is a multidisciplinary, site-specific exploration of grief in three parts. It translates the strangeness of being-in-grief into new contexts, one that uses live performance, technology and installation to similarly dislodge audience members from normative states of experience.

(absent): Part II is a four-mile, site-specific drive that uses both the metaphor and means of radio technology to insist that, in grief, empty space is not nothing.

(abraded): Part III is a dance that shifts the frame from “those gone” to “those who go on” and proclaims grief as inextricably linked to living.

(absent) & (abraded): Parts II & III occur in sequence Wednesday thru Saturday, September 4-7, 2019. For more specifics and to purchase tickets, visit the ticketing site.

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Sep
13
to Sep 15

[UN] W.R.A.P. Dances That Don't Look Like Dances

Works by Michelle Ellsworth and Brian Rogers

The New York Times hailed Brian Rogers' dance film "Screamers" as "a movie that creeps to its own choreographic beat" and declared Michelle Ellsworth's work "eccentric and marvelously original art [that] defies easy categorization." In this year’s [UN] W.R.A.P., these two innovative artists come together to expand your definition of dance.

Performing in Michelle Ellsworth’s work.

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Jan
26
7:30 PM19:30

Celebration, Florida

Featuring two unrehearsed performers who have never met, Celebration, Florida by Greg Wohead is a quietly surreal show for anyone who has ever missed anyone or anything. 

Veering between reality and simulation, Celebration, Florida orbits around ideas of surrogacy; a stand-in to replace a person you miss, a re-creation of an experience you can't stop thinking about, nostalgia for a place that perhaps never existed. 

Greg will speak to the audience through two performers using pre-recorded audio and headphones. They will know almost nothing about the show when they walk onstage.

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