Trisk Presents Zoe Rabinowitz and Galen Bremer
ZOE RABINOWITZ AND GALEN BREMER
This is How We Remember
NOVEMBER 17 & 18, 2022
$20 in advance / $25 at-the-door
This is How We Remember is a meditation on loss and wonder - both personal and collective - and our responsibility to remember ourselves to one another in the face of grief. A live multimedia performance featuring original movement performed by Mary McGrath and Zoe Rabinowitz, choreography by Zoe Rabinowitz, new music score by Galen Bremer, text, and video projection on found and fabricated objects. The work bears witness to deterioration and transformation over time. In a period of personal, political, social and environmental dissonance, This is How We Remember offers a space for reflection and revaluation, influenced by experiences ranging from Alzheimer's to covid to climate change.
Zoe Rabinowitz is an independent dance artist and educator based in Brooklyn, as well as a yoga instructor and Executive Director/lead performer with Yaa Samar! Dance Theatre (NYC/Palestine). Zoe graduated from Walnut Hill School for the Arts and The Ailey/Fordham BFA program, with additional studies at De Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (Netherlands).
Galen Bremer is a Brooklyn-based composer, producer, and multimedia artist. His artwork uses noise, synthesis, and listening to explore elements of performance art and technology. He frequently collaborates with choreographers and filmmakers to create films, new media works, and compositions seen/heard at multiple venues in NYC and abroad. Galen is currently an MFA candidate in the Media Scoring program at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema.
Galen and Zoe have been collaborating since 2013. Together they have been awarded residencies at Marble House (VT), Lake House Studios (Berlin) and Judson Church (NYC), and created numerous original works for stage, site, and film presented in NYC, around the US, and abroad in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Mexico and South Korea.
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