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Union Street Dance Presents: Underground Movement, Vol. 4

Union Street Dance Presents: Underground Movement, Vol. 4


Union Street Dance


SITE-SPECIFIC performance
Sackett Street and 4th Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217


Saturday, July 10, 2021 - 7:30pm



Union Street Dance

Union Street Dance Presents: Underground Movement, Vol. 4

Friday, July 9th @ 7:30 PM
Saturday, July 10th @ 7:30 PM
LOCATION (site-specific): Sackett Street and 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.  Directions

Choreography: Eva Dean
Performers/Movement Collaborators: Manuela Sanchez, Aria Roach
Music: 3+2 courtesy of The Junkman (Donald Knaack junkmusic)
Original Sound Score: Caroline Partamian 

No Title (Site-specific Premiere)

Creators and Performers: Rie Fukuzawa and Satoshi Haga

Satoshi Haga and Rie Fukuzawa have been collaborating as binbinFactory since 2010. Many venues have presented them, including 92nd Street Y, DanceNow (2010-2020), Downtown Dance Festival, Movement Research at Judson Church, Dixon Place, Performance Mix Festival, Le Festival de Bargemon in France. They are recipients of residency programs and grants, including Swing Space Residency from LMCC, Eva Dean Dance with Mertz Gilmore Creative Grant, SEANSE Art Residency in Volda University in Norway. Their first creation, "THREAD," won 2nd place at "THE A.W.A.R.D. Show!" presented by Joyce SoHo, NY. They created the story for TBTB (Theater Breaking Through Barriers) and did a Japan tour (2017). binbinFactory.org

Half | Life (Brooklyn Premiere)

Choreography: Kristin Hatleberg

Performer/Translator: Cecilia Fontanesi

Half | Life is place-based work made in 24 vignettes, one for each hour of the day. Each vignette is a compilation of observations and experiences from that hour of day in that place. Half | Life was part of a year-long collaboration between Kristin Hatleberg, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, and Erik Moe for the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Half | Life was originally for an alleyway in Washington DC where the artists shared a live/work complex, and it was all notated in Labanotation Motif Writing. The zine and artwork from the project can be found at  futurecartographic.org/shop/

HAZMAT  (Premiere)
Choreography: Eva Dean
Collaborators and Performers:  Caroline Partamian and Jessica Campbell
Original Sound Score: Caroline Partamian 

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