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Jon Kinzel at The NEW Chocolate Factory Theater

Jon Kinzel at The NEW Chocolate Factory Theater


Jon Kinzel


Chocolate Factory Theater
38-33 24th Street
Long Island City, NYC 11101


Thursday, April 28, 2022 - 8:00pm undefined through April 30, 2022



Jon Kinzel


Jon Kinzel
Queens Terminus

April 28-30, 2022
Thursday through Saturday at 8pm

@ The NEW Chocolate Factory Theater
38-33 24th Street, Long Island City, NYC 11101
7/N trains to Queensborough Plaza / F to 21st Queensbridge

Tickets are $20 and may be purchased in advance at (212) 352-3101 or www.chocolatefactorytheater.org


In Queens Terminus – a new evening-length dance and art exhibit – Jon Kinzel brings his decades-long and deeply interrelated choreography and visual art practices to bear on considerations of the time before and the time after the advent of the personal computer, the Internet, and the smartphone. Exploring bridges between improvisation and composition, Queens Terminus experiments with unforeseen performance material, as well as isolated and momentum-based movement forms, to produce a loose collection of drawings and paintings, video, sculpture, and dances, which variously address technology’s effects on visual culture, social relationships, performance, and the presentation of the moving body. Queens Terminus builds upon a body of research begun with Atlantic Terminus (2016, The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn) and Pacific Terminus (2019, Telematic Media Arts, San Francisco).

Queens Terminus is created and performed by Jon Kinzel with dancers Priscilla Marrero and Nik Owens. Lighting Design by Joe Levasseur. Costumes by Nina Katan. Creative Consultants: Cassim Shepard (filmmaker and urbanist), Kuldeep Singh (painter), and Laura Watt (painter).


Emily Climer, Marc Crousillat, Charles Gowin, and Jon Kinzel; photo by Wolfgang Daniels

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