the CURRENT SESSIONS Volume VII: On Resistance
the CURRENT SESSIONS
the CURRENT SESSIONS presents
Volume VII: On Resistance
RESCUE — REFUSE — RESTRICT
Friday — Sunday, August 18 — 20, 2017
Wild Project, 195 E 3rd Street, New York, NY 10009
Today’s shared purpose, resistance, is at once urgent and varied. Volume VII will present work by nine artists, each developing their own choreographies of resistance using strategies of conflict, transgression, and care. On Resistance represents a spectrum of movement which challenges systems of control by reconfiguring the body into a medium for opposition.
- RESCUE // Friday, August 18, 2017 at 8pm - Disruption is an act of rebuilding the self. With Elena Rose Light, Gregory King & Megan Young, Raha Behnam.
- REFUSE // Saturday, August 19, 2017 at 8pm - Group effort—in which we find a place together amid spaces of opposition. With Jonathan Gonzalez, NIC Kay, Samantha CC.
- RESTRICT // Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 7pm - An unlikely setting for the soon-to-be displaced. Dalel Bacre // arteNÓMADA, Dorian Nuskind-Oder & Simon Grenier-Poirier, Tina Wang & Tingying Ma.
ABOUT // Learn about each artist by visiting this link. Now in its seventh year, The CURRENT SESSIONS (TCS) is a performing arts organization that develops and presents the work of emerging and established artists. Since 2011, The CURRENT SESSIONS has presented 167 artists, and their 313 collaborators and performers.
TICKETING // Tickets available at this link.
$20 General Admission; $17 Presale (online sales until August 11).
$35 Double Feature; $45 Triple Feature (view full artist roster).
$15 Student/Seniors*, $15 East Village residents with zip codes 10009, 10003, 10002.
$12 Artist Access (limited quantity - use code "ARTISTACCESS").
*Must present valid ID/mailing material on day of show.
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