CocoonNYC

  1. # vimeo.com/108963124 Uploaded 23 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. The Cocoon Project presents Inside, The Future.

    Curated by Spread Art

    at the Pine Box Rock Shop, May 21, 2014.

    Sounds by Thomas Bell, Amber Brien, James Cornish

    Visuals by Christina deRoos, Billy Mark, Geraldo Mercado, Anya Liftig

    Visuals and Sound by Laura Paris and Sam Hillmer (Trouble)

    Cocoon Performers: Sherry Aliberti, Devlin Goldberg, Winnie Wong, Amber Brien, Geraldo Mercado, Dave Sungarian, Justin Francos, Nick Detar-Koch with visitors Caribel Jolie Pichardo, Christina de Roos, Heather Rush

    # vimeo.com/97053954 Uploaded 345 Plays / / 2 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. Featuring live projected visuals by Jonathan Phelps / Muckraker Productions and sound by Landon Knoblock.

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  4. collaboration between cocoonNYC and Washmachine (projected video and soundscape)
    performed live at the Silent Barn
    "theoretical headbangers, beautiful dreamers"
    curated by Geraldo Mercado
    Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival (BIPAF)

    # vimeo.com/72521944 Uploaded 84 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. This is footage from the Grace Exhibition Space on Friday, May 17, 2013 curated and hosted by Ventiko. The performance is collaboration project between Sickles, Cocoon NYC and Rob Cerrato. Too see more of the artist's work, check out the links below:

    vimeo.com/channels/cocoonnyc

    sickles.bandcamp.com

    robcerrato.com

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CocoonNYC

Sherry Aliberti

The Cocoon Project creates interactive performance art and colorful temporary installations. Performers use gestures, poses and noises to express ideas about form, shape and movement in space and time. Utilizing lights, projections and fragrances, the


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The Cocoon Project creates interactive performance art and colorful temporary installations. Performers use gestures, poses and noises to express ideas about form, shape and movement in space and time. Utilizing lights, projections and fragrances, the experience is different every time. Influenced by Martha Graham and Ernesto Neto a fabric enclosure provides freedom for the performer/muse to become a morphing sculpture. Structurally, these postures represent a scale model of an architecture and materiality based on the forces of the body. The Cocoons have been featured at FIGMENT NYC, Art in Odd Places and other NYC art events and galleries.
sherryaliberti.com/

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