This article is a contribution from 2018-2019 LEIMAY Fellowship Artist Jenna Kirk. The LEIMAY Fellows are a group of local artists working individually throughout the year at the LEIMAY studio.…Continue
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by Béla Bartók, drama by Béla Balász
INTRODUCTION: THE CASTLE…Continue
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Jim Livingstone in Custer, South Dakota.
Perception // no thing - a contemplation
What is no thing? If you were to do a study in no thing where do you begin?…Continue
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more and more symmetry
lasers, lifts, removal…Continue
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This article is a contribution from 2018-2019 LEIMAY fellow Nicolas Noreña. The LEIMAY Fellows are a group of local artists working individually throughout the year at the LEIMAY studio.
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Eunjin Choi: Congratulations! Please briefly introduce the festival to us.
Bokyung Lee: After moving to the United States in 2011, I have been working in New York, New Jersey, Washington, and Chicago. So I was able to experience American culture as well as Korean culture. And then I got also curious about other cultures as well so I’ve been thinking about presenting my work in other countries. While watching a website called "Dancing…Continue
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This article is a contribution from 2018-2019 LEIMAY Fellowship Artist Jeremy Goren. The LEIMAY Fellows are a group of local artists working individually throughout the year at the LEIMAY studio.
Five years ago this…Continue
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Please Consider Your Audience…Continue
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This article is a contribution from 2017-2018 LEIMAY Fellowship Artist Polina Porras Sivolobova. The LEIMAY Fellows are a group of local artists working individually throughout the year at the LEIMAY studio.
This year marks ten years since I…Continue
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(Image: The Rape of Persephone, Greek fresco from Macedonian tomb circa 400 B.C., Museum of the Royal Tombs of Aigai)
Draft Outline for an Opera Libretto in Three Acts…Continue
Added by Judith Barnes on August 7, 2018 at 7:00pm — No Comments
The mutual transformation and influence between everyday life and practice of art is a common experience among many artists. The experience is intense for artists with an art practice that necessitates the recording of their process and art form into the cells of their bodies, particularly performance artists and performing artists who have to enact…Continue
Added by Eunjin,Choi on August 1, 2018 at 12:30am — No Comments
For the past year, I’ve been working on a piece called Glass: a multi-disciplinary dance performance that addresses the concept of a glass ceiling and the myriad ways that women internalize misogyny…Continue
Added by Kate Ladenheim on April 5, 2018 at 12:15pm — No Comments
Stillness: in biodynamic craniosacral therapy and improvisational performance
“Space and silence are two aspects of the same thing. The same no-thing. They are externalization of inner space and inner silence, which…Continue
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Time in the (LEIMAY) Studio with...
LEIMAY Studio Manager…Continue
Added by Lou Mandolini on January 31, 2018 at 5:30pm — No Comments
When I direct, observe, and teach performers- I face the same paradoxical phenomena in all three situations. The necessity of technique and its stagnating damaging effect on the performer. The question then is “What is talent and the role of technique in training?” …Continue
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At Sea by Peter Hutton
The Mirror by Andrey Tarkovsky
My work is particularly influenced by The Mirror. For me this is one of the most inspiring dance films. At the time that I saw this film, I had been watching many recently…Continue
Added by Lucy Kerr on February 8, 2017 at 8:00pm — No Comments
I randomly stepped into an audition in July of 2016, expecting nothing, with a company that I had no prior relationship with, and two months later found myself getting emailed a contract for second cast of a brand new, ongoing, immersive theater show. I’d be performing multiple times a week. I’d be getting…Continue
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Wearing the space.
Bodies as a kind of weather.
How do we create a revolution of vulnerability within our species?…Continue
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I’ve been gently navigating my way through Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space for a time now. In it,…Continue
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Psychological Examination of the Presence of Butoh Dancers’ Body
Tadashi Kato, Ph.D., Fairmont State University
My first encounter with Butoh was Kunishi Kamiryo’s performance in Tokyo in Spring 1984. I was a college freshman and was recommended to see his performance from a fellow student in Akira Kasai’s Eurythmy class. At that time, I did not know anything about…Continue
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