1. DJ Spooky and Jonah Bokaer's 'Paik Variations I-III'


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    Ⓒ Asia Society NEW YORK, September 8, 2014 — Composer Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky and choreographer/dancer Jonah Bokaer present Paik Variations I-III, commissioned by Asia Society for the gala opening of its exhibition Nam June Paik: Becoming Robot. They are joined by Rami Seo on kayagŭm and dancer Eunbin Lim, with live projections by CultureHub. Video directed and edited by Michael McAteer. More information: http://scty.asia/1uuPpt3

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    • Alan Brown: One dialogue about "Five Dances"


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      (subtítulos en castellano muy pronto) Choreoscope had the honor to interview Alan Brown, the director of the brilliant "Five Dances" while his visit to Barcelona in July 2014, for the Fire!! Festival. Fun fact: the feature film was shot in only 12 days, with professional dancers turned into actors. Alan Brown explains his vision of dance films, his experience working with a choreographer and the differences between working with actors and dancers. Five Dances is produced by Alan Brown, Agathe David-Weill, Tracy Utley. Choreography by Jonah Bokaer. Starring Ryan Steele, Reed Luplau, Catherine Miller, Kimiye Corwin, Luke Murphy. Music by Nicholas Wright. Audio and video fragments from the movie trailer where used to enlighten the dialogue. http://www.fivedancesthemovie.com http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2186781/ http://choreoscope.com Interview by Lorán Ipsum Films: Arnau Mas, Augusto Casanovas, Loránd János, Susanna Vivé. Choreoscope wishes to express its gratitude to Alan Brown, Joako Ezpeleta (Fire!! Festival), Jessie Park (Parkdivision), Casal Lambda, Wide Management, and Elena Pujol Herrick from the USA Consulate in Barcelona.

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      • Jonah Bokaer's performance with Soundwalk Collective's 'The Passenger'


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        Chorégraphie, Direction, Interprétation: Jonah Bokaer Scénario, Interprétation: Tsvi Bokaer d'Après la Musique de: Soundwalk Collective [The Passenger] Création Lumières: Rodolphe Martin Consultation Technique: Julie Seitel Diffusion: Julie George & Damien Valette Producter Délégué: Chez Bushwick, Inc. / Kelly McKaig Commande: CDC - Les Hivernales Co-production: Pôle Culturel Camille Claudel à Sorgues With the support of FUSED and NYSCA.

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          Shot in New York for the second issue of Parterre de Rois. PDR #02 ABSENT www.parterrederois.com 500 limited numbered edition

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            DANCING IN THE VOID shot in exclusive for PARTERRE DE ROIS featuring JONAH BOKAER directed and shot by SAMANTHA CASOLARI music 'Lines describing a Circle' by PETER MANNERFELT

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            • Daniel Arsham: #recollections


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              In his latest performative exhibition, the New York-based artist is cast in the role of future archaeologist. See more at http://www.crane.tv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CraneTV

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              • STS - The New York Happening


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                Station to Station kicked off on the Brooklyn waterfront with performances by Suicide, No Age, Hisham Akira Bharoocha, Ryan Sawyer, Yoshimio, the Kansas City Cobras and Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti.

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                • STS - NEW YORK - Jonah Bokaer & AIRLOCKS


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                  At the New York Station to Station stop, Jonah Bokaer choreographed an original trio called AIRLOCKS on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of Robert Rauschenberg’s experimental performance, Pelican, from 1963. The original choreography will feature three longtime dancers associated with Bokaer’s work between 2008-2013.

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                  • STACKS at O, Miami 2011


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                    Excerpts from STACKS, presented by O, Miami Poetry Festival at The Moore Building in Miami's Design District, April 8, 2011. A multidisciplinary collaboration between writer Anne Carson, choreographer Jonah Bokaer, and sculptor Peter Cole, STACKS explores the nature of collapse as manifested in human anatomy, written language, and everyday objects. Anne Carson, Poet/Performer. Jonah Bokaer, Choreographer. Robert Currie, Performer. Adam H. Weirnert, Choreography and Performance Associate. Dancers: Logan Kruger, Catherine Miller, Silas Riener, Adam H. Weinert. Sculpture by Peter Cole. Produced by Chez Bushwick in collaboration with O, Miami and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. www.omiami.org

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                    • Jonah Bokaer and Anthony McCall: "About ECLIPSE"


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                      Jonah Bokaer and Anthony McCall: "About ECLIPSE" Introduced by Thomas Bartscherer Part of the ROSTRUM series, hosted by The Language and Thinking Program at Bard College http://languageandthinking.bard.edu/ Jonah Bokaer is a choreographer and Anthony McCall is a media artist. They spoke on Bard campus on August 21, 2012. Bokaer and McCall discuss their collaboration on a new work, ECLIPSE, which for its premiere in September, 2012 had the distinction of being the first production to be staged at the new Fishman Space at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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