Mason Chambers King (A.K.A. Macy Rodman) is an artist who lives in Bushwick. His first EP, BUGZ, was released on October 31st and is available for free download on his soundcloud.
Added by Harry James Hanson on November 23, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Labanna Babalon is an artist manifesting her own reality as a sexually awakened woman, an emissary of Whoreship and proponent of alien existence. Her unorthodox artwork commonly takes the forms of video, audio, and live performance which she skillfully synthesizes with social media.…Continue
Added by Harry James Hanson on March 30, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Dance is an art that can only exist through continuous embodiment, it’s a living expression of self and symbol that exists in the perpetual present moment. Dance is made through bodies in motion; the body is a biological entity, but the body in dance is also a…Continue
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Time traveling has long been reserved for characters in disjointed films or conceptual beings that have the ability to revisit past and future events as if they were a…Continue
Added by Raul Zbengheci on September 14, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Noemie LaFrance wants you to start a revolution. With 10+ years of theatre and choreography under her belt, her latest project CHOREOGRAPHY FOR AUDIENCE – TAKE ONE aims to take on the rapid changes technology brings to our lives and how it effects the ways we relate to one another..
I sat down with LaFrance to talk site-specific work, audience…Continue
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photo by Samuel Huber
Always a game of disruption and calm. Some examples of Faraday Cages: (intentional or not)
A microwave oven
A "booster bag" --the one crafty shoplifters…Continue
Added by Raul Zbengheci on June 6, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
The work that the magical duo Kaia Gilje and Paige Fredlund practice and perform can be put into a hybrid of non-literal descriptions that match their qualities, intentions, and curiosities: that of archeologist, avid collector, ecologist, fascinating…Continue
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photo by Laura Bartczak
Raul Zbengheci introduced me to Lindsey Drury after I had mentioned being interested…Continue
Added by Adriane Lee on March 7, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Photos and text by Harry James Hanson
I walked into Lucky Cheng's in the East Village expecting to meet some fabulous…Continue
Added by Harry James Hanson on October 13, 2012 at 10:30pm — No Comments
Tess Dworman, photo by NICOLE SCHNEIT.
I met Tess Dworman to interview her at the café at BRIC in Forte Greene near BAM and the Mark Morris Dance Center. It was one of the first beautiful, sunny days in May this year where everyone was making excuses to be walking…Continue
Added by Thea Little on November 1, 2015 at 8:30am — No Comments
Photo: Installation for Transmission, designed by Anahita Dehbonehie. Photo by Ian Garrett.
For the past several months, I’ve been working on…Continue
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BAM's blog conducted a twitter conversation with three (Eddie Martinez, Fernando Suels Mendoza, and Thusnelda Mercy) of the members of the Pina Bausch dance company regarding themes of haunting emotion, connections with Pina's spirit, and proper hair care in a hair obsessed crew. At once frustrating in its shortness and illuminating in…Continue
Added by Raul Zbengheci on January 3, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments