"hot dark matter" by Stacy Grossfield Dance Projects
Stacy Grossfield Dance Projects
Stacy Grossfield Dance Projects premieres "hot dark matter," a work made specifically for JACK's architecture, with the choreographer and her collaborators molding the performance space into a murky, surreal dreamscape.
This full-length performance for an intimate audience will feature performers Tuva Hildebrand, Stacy Grossfield, Rebecca Warner, with Dana Florin-Weiss, Monica Hunken, Kadence Neill, and Joomin Hwang, Kevin Luparello, Stephen Zuccaro, and 1 more surprise performer TBA.
Lighting design by: Joe Levasseur
Sculptures by: Jeremy Lydic
Video by: Gil Sperling
Set construction by: Stacy Grossfield with Curtis Eller
ABOUT THE ARTIST
STACY GROSSFIELD is a choreographer and dance curator living in Brooklyn since 2003. Her most recent work, fur & tulle, was shown in 2015 and 2014 at the 92nd Y and at Food for Thought at Danspace Project. Her evening-length work, Red, Pink, Black, for which she received a Manhattan Community Arts Fund grant, was performed in a cavernous storefront space in West Soho in 2013. Her previous full-evening work Sugar doesn’t live here was shown at the Studio in Sunset Park, Brooklyn in 2011. She has shown work through AUNTS at various venues including Arts@Renaissance, NADA Art Fair, and the New Museum. She has also shown her work at BAX, BRIC Studio, CATCH, DTW, Movement Research at the Judson Church, and Roulette. Grossfield was a 2008-2009 Fresh Tracks artist-in-residence at DTW. She has recently served on dance panels and teaches a feedback class at Brooklyn Studios for Dance called Show & Listen.
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