TRISK PRESENTS... Moving Landscapes
APRIL 14-16, 2022
106 Calyer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 Enter on Banker Street
APRIL 14: MIRIAM PARKER
APRIL 15: GERALDINE CARDIEL
APRIL 16: ARANTXA ARAUJO IN COLLABORATION WITH SARA KOSTIĆ
BROOKLYN, NY, March 8, 2022 -- Trisk Presents Moving Landscapes, Guest Curated by Erick Montes, featuring performances by Miriam Parker, Geraldine Cardiel, and Arantxa Araujo in collaboration with Sara Kostić. While each performance is an expression of its own, each artist will also engage and participate in recreating the space from what is left behind by the other two. The vestige of each work will activate the ancestry of the next, supporting our ideas emerging from community, conviviality, and identity. All three artists explore a universe as individuals and share the space as a collaboration: one space, three different perceptions.
This dynamic program was imagined having in mind the importance of assembly and collaboration across creative processes within the context of performance. Erick Montes writes, “In these shifting times, I want both the artist and the audience to witness each other, conjure together, showing up for each other; and perhaps in these gatherings as in conversation, ideas will appear even more legible, inspiring and fostering understanding about new ways in how we can perceive the world around us. Performance as in practice. How can we inhabit space without invading it?”
To be part of this experience of transformation, we encourage audience members to attend all three performances or even more than one.
ONE performance for $20 in advance / $25 at the door
The PASS for all three for $35
Purchase tickets and learn more: https://www.triskelionarts.org/moving-landscapes-2022
Visitor Guide for safety protocols, guidelines, and accessibility info.
Photo credits (left to right): Peter Ganushkin, Jorge Cardenas, Kolin Mendez.
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