Sundays on Broadway presents Laura Bartczak; Emily Climer; Diane Madden & Matthew Burdis
Cathy Weis Projects
Laura Bartczak will present untitled (panorama study), a Super 8mm film accompanied by a system of movement scores, which explore topography, panning camera movement, body-scape, and pace. Through individual and group choice making, a new landscape is formed. The film is a moving portrait and a look into personal narrative revealed through gesture, and history embedded in the body. With collaborators Kay Ottinger, Hadley Smith, Katelyn Hales, Erin Sheehy, Corinne Cappelletti, Amity Jones, and Cherie Burnett.
Emily Climer’s Phantoms ghost phantoms is a dance of sustained disorientation. Two duet worlds collide, connected by states of unknowing, feelings of being unsettled, and sudden attempts at searching for order. In this dreamscape, the performers cope with physical forces outside of themselves, both real and imagined. The work is created in collaboration with performers Rachel Freeburg, Mei Maeda, Dustin Maxwell, Katie Skinner, and sound designer Aaron Rourk.
Take 3 is a collaborative work between dancer Diane Madden and artist-filmmaker Matthew Burdis as a result of their residency at the Mahler & LeWitt Studios in Spoleto, Italy. It places a dance Madden originally performed in New York in 2017 at Sundays on Broadway into the Torre Bonomo, a medieval tower in Spoleto in which Marilena Bonomo, a gallerist from Bari, hosted exhibitions, including an important group of early Sol LeWitt wall drawings.
537 Broadway, #3
All events begin at 6:00 pm – doors open at 5:45 pm.
No reservations. No late seating.
$10 suggested contribution.
Keep in mind, this is a small space! Please arrive on time out of courtesy to the artists.
Please be advised: Due to repairs, the elevator will not be available this season. All audience members must use the stairs. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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