Please join us for a screening of dance films
Friday, January 29, 2016
The entire program will screen at 5:00 pm and again at 6:30 pm
1 East 53rd Street, Ground Floor Theater
Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org – Seating is limited.
Films by Yuko Takebe, Fred Hatt, Lili White, Milan Misko, Michele Cappello, Aya Shibahara, and Julie Ludwick
Lili White’s video layers images inspired by I Ching hexagram #55, the elements of thunder over lightning/fire, portraying expanded intelligence and energetic movement.
Michele Cappello creates hand-processed analog films. Featured dancers: Celeste Hastings and Djuna Passman.
A primal drama of woman and man plays out beneath the surface at a loft party, in a butoh improvisation created by Corinna Brown and Craig Colorusso, in which Fred Hatt’s camera and light dance along with the performers.
An excerpt from Julie Ludwick’s evening-length multi media aerial dance production “Passages”, exploring our relationship with death, featuring dancer Janet Aisawa.
In “Seeds” choreographer Aya Shibahara’s sensual, liquid movement thrives in an environment of altered views and perspectives.
A man is swept away on an unpredictable journey through New York City and encounters himself in a battle for control.
A dance in dunes, among the beach heather, in wind and mist. Time moves forward and back, a dry branch partners the grounded movement.
Our featured presentation, “Shadows of Hiroshima”, by Yuko Takebe, conceived by Janet Aisawa, is a four-part piece about the wandering soul of a woman killed in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, filmed on location in Hiroshima, Japan.