1. BAC Residency I Jill Sigman I FaIl 2013

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    Resident artist Jill Sigman in conversation at BAC.

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    • Split Stitch

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      Split Stitch Choreographed by Jill Sigman, created in collaboration with GroundWorks DanceTheater. Music: Gustavo Aguilar, Lighting: Dennis Dugan, Costumes: Kristine Davies, Dancers: Felise Bagley, Damien Highfield, Amy Miller, Sarah Perrett. Video from premiere performance at the Akron Icehouse, Sept 2010.

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      • Hut#7: TILL

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        “Hut #7: TILL", by filmmaker Eric Breitbart and dancer/choreographer Jill Sigman, is a short video interpretation of a movement performance and installation that took place in June 2012 in Brooklyn, NY at Arts@Renaissance. Hut #7 is part of The Hut Project, a series of site-specific structures created in various countries out of recycled materials. The music in the video is based on the live music and sound environment created at the event by Cristian Amigo, Miguel Frasconi, and Austin Vaughn. For more information, please visit Ms. Sigman's website: thinkdance.org . Mr. Breitbart's other videos are available here, or on his website: www.breitbartfilms.com

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        • Talking about more than a hut through the lens of art

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          Panelists include Isabella Bruno (BRUNO); Christina Ferwerda (BRUNO); Dana Whitco (Center for Creative Research); Lisa Phillips (The Earth Institute, Columbia University) and Jill Sigman (jill sigman/thinkdance). Moderated by designer/artist Roland Gebhardt. How does art become meaningful to a viewer? Is it just a matter of how we see it? What about knowledge of how the work was made, the context or hardship in bringing it to life? How does the experience change knowing the personal story of the maker, or in the context of the viewer's life experience? We discuss ways of contextualizing art with hard facts, personal stories, displayed objects, etc., in addition to talking about exhibitions and other ways that museums, presenters, educators, and others help art to reach and to be understood by various publics.

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          • Ritual Health and Healing

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            In the Spring semester of 2012, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Gillian Goslinga and Creative Campus Fellow Jill Sigman, co-taught a course titled Ritual, Health and Healing. The course consisted of a weekly seminar and movement lab where the students explored the moral and material worlds of ritual and religious healing through assigned reading, writing and physical exercises.

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            • lie down on the road (but don't get hurt)

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              director/performer/editor: paige barnes videographer: aleta greenway original music: rosalynn iuliucci sound mastering: jeff huston inspired by jill sigman

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              • MiniBo: Roundtable discussion, Day#5: HOME

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                from TheHutProject / Added

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                Todays guests discussing: HOME with Flemming Jakobsen (Kirkens Bymisjon), Cecile Campos, (Kirkens Bymisjon), Kristin Norderval, Nefise Özkal Lorentzen (independent filmmaker) and Jill Sigman video by Elisabeth Færøy Lund

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                • MiniBo: Roundtable discussion Day #4: Environment and Climate Adaption

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                  Amund Sveen, Kristin Nordreval, Siri Mittet (PLAN Project), Astrid Bjerke (Grønn Hverdag), Karen O´Brien (University of Oslo, PLAN Project on Responding to Climate Change), Linda Sygna (UiO), Georgiana Keable (storyteller) and Jill Sigman Video by: Elisabeth Færøy Lund

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                  • MiniBo: excerpt from Performance Day #3

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                    video by Elisabeth Færøy Lund

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                    • MiniBo: Roundtable discussion, Day #3: DESIGN

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