Alexandra Pinel's "Euro Your Life" at Triskelion Arts
Alexandra Pinel's "Euro Your Life"
*as part of the Experimental Works Program at Triskelion Arts
October 13 - 14, 2018 at 7pm
Triskelion Arts’ Douglas Elliman Studio Theater
106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222
Tickets: $16 in advance | $20 at the door
Triskelion Arts is pleased to present "Euro Your Life" as part of the new Experimental Works program in the Douglas Elliman Studio Theater. "Euro Your Life", created by Alexandra Pinel, is the city's best-kept secret tutorial on how to unleash your inner Parisian. Let Marie-Ange Hardy charm you to the sounds of her sidekick, Jaques DuChemin, who will let you into a sexier life via a perhaps over-glorified and highly problematic Euro lifestyle. This may or may not be a scam. Come to find out more.
a??Performed by Alexandra and Charles Pinel.
Alexandra Pinel is a choreographer and performer from Paris, France, and has showcased work in DC at the Capitol Hill Arts Blackbox, in New York at DNA, Gibney Dance, Triskelion Arts, the House of Scandinavia, Dixon Place, Green Space, the Living Gallery, BabyCastles, Sofar Sounds, Spectrum NY, The Secret Theater in LIC and Brooklyn Arts Exchange and at the University of Santiago, Chile. Her dance films have been shown on NPR Radio’s Blog for the anniversary of the Rite of Spring, at Dance Film Association Screenings and at the House of Scandinavia. She has choreographed music videos for Chinese band Re-TROS and Prince Rama and is a Luther Rice Research Fellow and Maida Withers Dance Construction Company Award Recipient for Innovation in Dance. Alexandra works for Half Straddle, Young Jean Lee’s Theater Company, New York Public Radio and choreographer luciana achugar and has recently performed in her work at JACK, The Chocolate Factory, Fusebox Festival and New York Live Arts.
More Info: https://www.triskelionarts.org/alexandra-pinel
Photo by Amy Sloane
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