William "Bilwa" Costa, Martín Lanz Landázuri, & Emily Sweeney
Austrian Cultural Forum Moving Sounds Festival
September 22, 2013
Martín Lanz Landázuri (México/NY), Movement Research AIR 09, has been using NYC as his pier since 2006. He looks for research opportunities, collaborations, and residencies to feed his work, and has done so in places such as México, New York, Cuba, Denmark, Uruguay, and Austria with a wide variety of teachers and collaborators.
William “Bilwa” Costa (US/DE) is a sound- and visual artist who improvises in collaboration with dance-, sound-, and visual artists. He is a founding member of the working groups Perpetual Movement Sound and Intercontinental Collaborations. Bilwa's most recent projects include: sub_space, an improvisation structure for dance, visual, and sound performance, which premiered in February 2013 at 100° Festival, Berlin; and sound/map, a collaboration with visual artist Aya Imamura.
Emily Sweeney (US/UK) is a movement artist, originally from Vermont, where she studied at Bennington College. Her current projects include: an adaptation of Dynamic, a solo score by Deborah Hay. She has performed works by Claudia Bosse/theatercombinat at Impulstanz Vienna, and with Emily Johnson/Catalyst Dance. Emily is pursuing an MA in Performance & Creative Research at the University of Roehampton in London.
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