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American Realness: Kimberly Bartosik presents "Étroits sont les Vaisseaux"

American Realness: Kimberly Bartosik presents "Étroits sont les Vaisseaux"

Company:

Kimberly Bartosik / daela

Location:

Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center

Dates:

Friday, January 6, 2017 - 5:00pm, 7:00pm
Saturday, January 7, 2017 - 5:00pm, 7:00pm

Tickets:

http://americanrealness.com/portfolio-type/kimberly-bartosik/

Company:
Kimberly Bartosik / daela

Kimberly Bartosik

Étroits sont les Vaisseaux

Friday, January 6, 5:00pm & 7:00pm

Saturday, January 7, 5:00pm & 7:00pm

Run Time: 30 minutes

Gibney Dance: Agnes Varis Performing Arts Center

280 Broadway Entrance at 53A Chambers Street / Tickets $20 / GibneyDance.org

Curated by Craig Peterson

 

Étroits sont les Vaisseaux, a duet for Joanna Kotze and Lance Gries, is titled after Anselm Kiefer’s 82-foot long, wave-like sculpture of concrete and exposed rebar. Bartosik’s work collapses an oceanic tidal cycle into minutes and seconds (from hours and minutes), creating a narrow timeframe where the performers navigate waves of sound, light, vibrating presence. Like the tide, Étroits’ beginning and ending are cyclical, its shifts from trembling to tenderness are imperceptible yet transformational, leaving unsettling remnants in its wake. Created in collaboration with designer Roderick Murray, Étroits works with the resonant intimacy of Gibney Dance’s Agnes Varis Performance Lab.

Étroits sont les Vaisseaux was created with commissioning support from Gibney Dance with funds provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation and was supported in part by the Center for Performance Research’s Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Artist in Residence program.

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