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POP: Performance Caitlin Adams + Wesley Ensminger

POP: Performance Caitlin Adams + Wesley Ensminger

Company:

Caitlin Adams + Wesley Ensminger

Location:

Gibney 280 Broadway

Dates:

Thursday, April 19, 2018 - 8:00pm daily through April 21, 2018

Tickets:

https://gibneydance.org/event/pop-performance-caitlin-adams-wesley-ensminger/2018-04-19/

Company:
Caitlin Adams + Wesley Ensminger

Caitlin Adams + Wesley Ensminger
Blank or Tied
Tickets: $15 Online, $20 at the Door

Caitlin Adams and Wesley Ensminger come together for an evening of dance that exposes the limits and indulgences of human existence while deconstructing absences created by displacement and disassociation. Through the abstraction of musical influence, gender roles, and personal history, Blank or Tied allows the audience to witness reflections, without reducing or literalizing any one experience.

about the artists

Caitlin Adams, originally from Los Angeles, CA, is an interdisciplinary artist, choreographer and performer. She holds a BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from the California Institute of the Arts. Her work has been presented at Prospect 4/New Orleans Art Biennale, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Highways Performance Space, Roy and Edna Disney CalArt’s Theater, Human Resources LA, Bates Dance Festival (ME) and NY Art Book Fair through Printed Matter (Chelsea). Caitlin works on a wide range of projects, collaborating with composers, visual artists, filmmakers, and performers. Her process lives amidst the intersection of action, imagination, inhibition and thought.

Wesley Ensminger, originally from Santa Cruz, California, holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Dance Performance and Choreography from California Institute of the Arts. He has performed as a guest artist for various professional companies and influential choreographers and actively travels throughout the United States and Canada to teach and set work of his own. His choreography has been presented at Roy and Edna Disney CalArts Theater, The Joffrey School, Dance Media and throughout New York City. He is currently on faculty at the Joffrey Ballet School in NYC and is continually creating new work.

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