Trisk Presents Kayla Farrish/Decent Structures Arts
KAYLA FARRISH/DECENT STRUCTURES ARTS
Collabs: Dream Labs and New Works
OCTOBER 25, 2022
NOVEMBER 1, 2022
NOVEMBER 8, 2022
$20 in advance / $25 at-the-door
Collabs: Dream Labs and New Works is a vision of creating opportunities and seeds of new ideas. Farrish has long wanted to work with her community, dear friends, and brilliant friends. In a series of 3 evenings, she will work with other artists in choreography, theater, film, and music to see what works they might want to play in and develop. Creating solos, duet, group works, short films, alongside Farrish's new work "Put Out the Fire Dear". She reimagines what it is to work together, and build visions with those who inspire you and push you.
Kayla Farrish/Decent Structures Arts is an emerging company combining filmmaking, storytelling, dance theater performance, and sound score. The company has been commissioned by Gibney Dance Inc (2020-2022), Louis Armstrong House Museum (2020), Danspace Project Inc (2019), Pepatian and BAAD! (2018), and beyond. Her residencies include Gallim Women + Residency (2021), Gibney Spotlight: New Voices, Barysnikov Arts Center, Arts On Site (2020), Keshet Makers Space Experience, BAX Space Grant (2019), Pepatian Dance Your Future (2018), and Chez Bushwick (2017). Her live performance and films show at Judson Church, Danspace, Jacob's Pillow, New York Live Arts, Joe’s Pub, BAAD!, film festivals, and beyond. In 2021 she created “Broken Record” with Brandon Coleman for Little Island Festival, “Rinsing” film, co-directed Melanie Charles “Y’ll D’nt Care Abt Black Women” Film, Saul Williams’ “People Above the Moon” Solo for The Motherboard Suites at NYLA, “Roster” outdoor Performance- Four/Four Open Air Series with Melanie Charles, and Martyr’s Fiction Feature Film. In 2022, she releases feature film “Martyr’s Fiction”, and will collaborate with Belinda McGuire, Kenyon Adams, The Clarice Presents “BlackLight Summit”, Louis Armstrong House, Triskelion and others. She is currently a rehearsal director at Sleep No More NYC and adjunct faculty at NYU Tisch.
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