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PATHX: A Hivewild Pop-up Performance

PATHX: A Hivewild Pop-up Performance

Company:

AH Arts

Location:

Victori + Mo Gallery
56 Bogart
Brooklyn, NY 11206

Dates:

Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 6:30pm

Tickets:

www.facebook.com/events/913944972095872

Company:
AH Arts

Choreography by Katherine Maxwell | Hivewild
Performed by Zachary Richardson and Koliane Rochon Prom Tep
Sound by Rowan Spencer (Truly Co.)
Wardrobe by Sara Shanahan
Photography by Travis Emery Hackett
Exhibition on view: Topographies: Jemila MacEwan and Karin Waskiewicz
Curated by Alixandra Hornyan | AH Arts
Concluding at VICTORI + MO, 56 Bogart, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Exhibition hours: Thursday – Sunday, 1 – 6PM & by appointment

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Starting at Grattan and Bogart Streets (Bushwick | L Train | Morgan Stop) 

New York, NY (August 1, 2017) - Hivewild, in conjunction with AH Arts, is pleased to present a pop-up live performance, Pathx. Starting on the corner of Grattan St. and Bogart Street, two dancers, Zachary Richardson and Koliane Rochon Prom Tep, will migrate down Bogart and arrive in Victori + Mo to complete the work. Pathx, much like the exhibition on view, Topographies: Jemila MacEwan and Karin Waskiewicz, will parallel the visual and abstract characteristics of contoured lines found on a topographical map. Mirroring grooves of the land, the relationship between the dancers will demonstrate how unique bonds transcend layers of superficiality in order to rely on a magnetic, timeless connection.

CONNECT: @alixcristina | @Truuuuuly | @hivewild | @victorimo_gallery 

CONTACT: Alixandra Hornyan at alixandrahornyan@gmail.com | alixandrahornyanarts.com | #aharts

Updates and after-party details will be posted the event page: www.facebook.com/events/913944972095872

 

About the Choreographer

Katherine Maxwell is a choreographer, moving artist and the founding Artistic Director of Hivewild. Maxwell received her Bachelor of Arts from Kennesaw State University while working with the Atlanta-based social justice initiative, glo. As a professional dancer, Maxwell notably performed in Creative Time’s sprawling public art exhibition Drifting in Daylight: Art in Central Park (2015). Maxwell has presented original works across New York venues which include Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, Peridance Capezio Dance Center, Center for Performance Research, Triskelion Arts, Hunters Field South Park and The Actors Fund Arts Center. Maxwell’s dance film,Through the Eyes of My Meal (2016) premiered online receiving immediate notoriety being featured as a Vimeo Staff Pick, Critics Choice on Nowness.com and has been presented at 12 international festivals. Maxwell has received notoriety through VICE”s The Creators Project and Art Zealous’ 2016 “30 Under 30ish”. Hivewild was established in 2016 as a platform for Maxwell to create formal works, engage with the New York community, and promote partnerships between artists of other mediums. Her practice seeks to continuously blur the edges between performance, installation, and human encounter. Maxwell is actively interested in using movement as a platform for mindfulness and human acceptance.

About the Artists

Zachary Richardson// Dancer
A Florida-native dance artist, Zachary received his Bachelor of Arts in Dance from Kennesaw State University, Georgia (2014). During his studies, Zachary worked with Lauri Stallings/gloATL, Jennifer Archibald/Arch Dance Company, Rebecca Davis Dance Company and the Atlanta Ballet. Post graduation, Richardson relocated to New York City and has worked for two consecutive seasons as a dancer with Carnival Cruise Lines. Zachary as presented original choreographic works at the American College Dance Festival and Dance Canvas (Atlanta). He is thrilled to be working with Katherine Maxwell as a founding artist for Hivewild (NYC).

Koliane Rochon Prom Tep// Dancer
Originally from Montreal, Koliane began studying dance after five years of gymnastics training. Her education began at the The Ballet Divertimento School in Montreal and was then continued by her completion of the Certificate Program at Peridance Capezio Center (New York). Koliane has worked with Milton Myers, Richard Chen See, Tymberly Canale, Marlena Wolfe, Jesse Zaritt, Manuel Vignoulle, and Graciela Kozak. Performed works include choreography by Enzo Celli, Bryan Arias, Igal Perry and Robert Battle. Koliane is based in Montreal and is a founding artist for Hivewild (NYC).

About VICTORI + MO

VICTORI + MO is a contemporary art gallery located in Bushwick, Brooklyn dedicated to developing and presenting emerging artists. Founded by Ed Victori and Celine Mo in 2014, the gallery has consistently served as a platform for artistic experimentation centered on supporting collaborative efforts to realize novel and ambitious projects, providing artists the freedom to transform the gallery to create immersive environments. VICTORI + MO’s program focuses on storytelling at the intersection of personal, social, and political narratives, promoting empathetic experiences that are relevant to life in an increasingly globalized community. In addition to nurturing artists and mounting exhibitions, the gallery also functions as a center for rigorous intellectual exchange, hosting dialogues, lectures, and other community activities. VICTORI + MO aims to transcend geographic and cultural boundaries by creating dialogue not only between the artists and the public, but across generations.

About the Exhibition

Curated by Alixandra Hornyan for AH Arts, a curatorial initiative focused on the work of innovative emerging artists, Topographies will comprise of a new series of ceramic sculptures by Jemila MacEwan, and paintings by Karin Waskieicz which confront issues of transformation and displacement. Both artists, Jemila MacEwan and Karin Waskiewicz, are deeply concerned with the natural world. They have a particular engagement with how we navigate a shifting landscape with nature’s ability to move from one state to another, always in flux. Their interests in movement stems not only from a methodical approach but also an embrace of the spontaneity inherent to their medium of choice, whether it be clay or paint.

About AH Arts

“My gallery is the world now.” – Seth Siegelaub, 1969

AH Arts is a multi-channel arts platform by Alixandra Hornyan, committed to supporting emerging artists by presenting curated two person shows in pop-up exhibition spaces, online and in non-traditional outlets. In assessing what a gallery could be in the 21st Century, AH Arts builds on Seth Siegelaub's 1969 model of a dematerialized space, and envisions space not just in physical terms but as a flexible ideology. AH Arts utilizes the tools and technologies of our time to enable artists addressing the social and cultural issues of our time to realize their ideas without limitations. Alixandra also advises young collectors on acquiring new art and how best to support emerging artists. #aharts

About Hivewild

Hivewild is a contemporary movement initiative created to unlock emotion and ignite conversation through formal performances and public programming dedicated to community development. Founded by Artistic Director Katherine Maxwell, Hivewild's work is rooted in the principles of radical inclusion and lifelong curiosity. Founded in 2016, Hivewild's vision is movement-based artworks acting as conduits to create more united communities. Members of Hivewild aim to be local leaders by engaging in cross-disciplinary collaboration, skill-sharing, and the creation of accessible performance work. Every human has a body, and Hivewild uses this understanding as a starting point to identify connections rather than differences between people.

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