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"MESH" by More Fish | Works by Doron Perk | Matilda Mackey | Nicole Leung | PJ Verhoest

"MESH" by More Fish | Works by Doron Perk | Matilda Mackey | Nicole Leung | PJ Verhoest


More Fish


Dixon Place
New York, NY


Thursday, June 29, 2023 - 7:30pm



More Fish

by More Fish

June 29
7:30 PM
Dixon Place

Doron Perk | Matilda Mackey | Nicole Leung | PJ Verhoest


For 4

by PJ Verhoest

something about birds

All original music was created by PJ Verhoest and Scatterracket





by Nicole Leung 

Choreographed in collaboration with the dancers

To the unexpected bumps in the road, the baggage we carry, and the wounds that may never heal…

uketamo : I accept, acceptance to the core

Thank you to Doron, Matilda, and PJ for inspiring me with your stories and presence every day.

And to Joel for riding the wave with me — I couldn’t do it without you. 

Music: Radio Exchange, mixed by Joel Wenhardt with recordings by Nicole Leung | Solitude, composed by Duke Ellington with Lyrics by Eddie Delange and Irving Mills. recorded by Billie Holiday | Cry (for the Moon) by Joel Wenhardt





by Matilda Mackey 

euphoria, dysphoria, and the mechanisms which keep us on (or off) track. this piece was created in collaboration with the dancers.

Music credits: “Pass This On” by The Knife | “Les eaux de Mars” by Georges Moustaki | “Wild in the Winds” by Dorothy Ashby | “H.A.T.B.” by Delroy Edwards | “Cause We’ve Ended as Lovers” by Jeff Beck



More Fish is led by founder and director Doron Perk. Its goal is to bring dance artists together to challenge one another and learn from each other while producing radically creative dance work. Find out more: https://morefish.dance/

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