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Triskelion Arts Presents: Matthew Westerby Company, Bill Young/Colleen Thomas, and Karen Bernard

Triskelion Arts Presents: Matthew Westerby Company, Bill Young/Colleen Thomas, and Karen Bernard

Company:

Triskelion Arts

Location:

Triskelion Arts' Aldous Theater, 118 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Dates:

Thursday, October 16, 2014 - 8:00pm
Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 8:00pm
Friday, October 17, 2014 - 8:00pm
Sunday, October 19, 2014 - 8:00pm

Tickets:

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/794752

Company:
Triskelion Arts

Join us for four incredible artists in the Aldous Theater during the week of October 16 - 19th!

118 N. 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY
(between Berry and Wythe)
Tickets: $16

October 16 & 18 at 8pm
Bill Young / Colleen Thomas and Matthew Westerby Company
Purchase Here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/794752

Bill Young will present several small works for guest artists, including a solo portrait created for Priscilla Newell, a former American dancer with Lucinda Childs who has lived in France since the 80s, and part of a suite of works to early music of John Cage, which includes a revival of a solo (originally created for Brenda Daniels) performed by Lindsey Jones, and a trio performed by Jones with Melissa Toogood and Dylan Crossman, featuring a new costume design by Maile Okamura.

Colleen Thomas offers Her(e) Repetitive Blueprint (work-in-progress) with music by John McGrew, performed by Thomas, Samantha Allen, Julia Discenza, and Jessica Stroh. The beginning sketch of a full-evening work, it is a setting of ruminations on the themes of womanhood, femininity, distributions of power, marginalization, and internalized social paradigms that touch all of humanity.

Matthew Westerby Company premieres a new work that considers the connection we make between physical experience and memory, and the inevitable impermanence of the experiences and people that we value most. With an athletic-yet-fluid approach to movement and a vivid, driving sound score by composer Bryan Senti, this full-company work explores the critical link between memory and physicality in a world of fleeting intimacy.



October 17 & 19 at 8pm
Karen Bernard
Purchase Here: http://karenbernard2014.brownpapertickets.com/

Karen Bernard has unflinchingly used her own aging body for decades as a vehicle to alter the definitions of dance and dancer. In the early 1990s, her work shifted significantly, with a ripple effect on performance art still perceptible today. Honoring costume designer Liz Prince, Bernard will present a collection of work spanning over 20 years. 1993-1996 It Could Have Been Different, excerpts from four seminal works Bernard created between 1993 and 1996, features original costumes by Liz Prince, sound scores by Wendy Chambers, and popular music deconstructed by Brooks Williams. The premiere of Bernard's Suspending and Other Tricks takes the audience on a voyeuristic journey, sharing a birds-eye view from outside an arched window to the inside of a room where Bernard grapples with the limitations of aging and mortality, a journey now closer to its end than its beginning; an intimate and moving experience between audience and performer. Creation of performance and videography is by Karen Bernard in collaboration with costume designer Hwa Park and sound-installation artist Boris Billier.

Karen Bernard/Solo is a program of New Dance Alliance. This project is made possible in part through USAProjects, public funds from NYSCA’s Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes (www.NYSCA.org www. eARTS.org), New York State Council on the Arts, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Mertz Gilmore Foundation; development through Fieldwork: residencies at Blank Canvas Firkin Crane, Bogliasco Foundation and Tractor D’Clinic.



MORE INFO: www.triskelionarts.org

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.

Photo: Bill Young, photo by Alex Escalante

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