1. Access All Areas


    from Alex Malgua / Added

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    This is a video backdrop for my creative response to the discussion I was part of at the one-day symposium, Access All Areas, organized by the Live Art Development agency in conjunction with RRR2 advisory panel. The theme of this discussion was inspired by a quote from Bob Flanagan, "My Body Did Everything I Asked It". In that occasion, I started asking myself: "did my body really do what I asked it to do? Or did it encourage me to do things I was told it couldn't do?" - The video investigates on the meaning of throwing your body into a fight and taking an alternative route when it hits the end of the road but it just wants to keep going still.

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    • A Letter from Martha Graham to Amy Winehouse, Delivered Two Days Too Late


      from Erica Charis / Added

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      I wrote this poem for the poetry slam class I took at Berklee College of Music. I hope you enjoy it and am happy to have it shared as long as it's credited. Thanks!

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      • Emersion


        from madeline brenner / Added

        Webster University 2012BA exhibition piece Recipient of the Leigh Geraldine Meritorious Award Audio in collaboration with Eric Gatheman

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        • Symphony of Shadows, Trailer No.1


          from Rachel Klein Productions / Added

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          Symphony of Shadows A Morbid Fantasia Violin Concerto written and performed by Sean Hagerty. Starring the Rachel Klein Theater Ensemble: Ted Caine, Brian Ferree, Danielle Marie Fusco, Xavier Hageman, Zahra Hashemian, Abdiel Jacobsen, Christina Johnson, Natasha King, Kristen Lee, Freddy Mancilla, K Mazing, Danny Mendoza, Nicki Miller, Robyn Nielsen, Megan O’Connor, Scooter Pie, Michael Porsche, Evgeniya Radilova, Brian Rubiano, Eric Schmalenberger, Francis Stallings, and Elizabeth Stewart. Costumes by Kae Burke with Isavel Ironbear, Rachel Klein, and Elena Delgado. Story by Sean Gill and Rachel Klein. Stage Management by Marina Steinberg. Trailer shot and edited by Ryan Garretson. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays in June June 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd at 7:30pm Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, between Delancey and Rivington. www.rachelkleinproductions.com Tickets are available at https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/913197 Symphony of Shadows is world premier Mondo Cané dance commission presented by Dixon Place.

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          • 'Solidario'


            from Francisco Gella / Added

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            Choreography: Francisco Gella Dancer Brilynn Rakes Music: Philip Glass 'Solidario' took 1st place for Contemporary Dance in the Senior Division at the 2012 Youth America Grand Prix in San Diego and qualified for the 2012 YAGP New York International Finals. In addition, this solo received the Outstanding Choreography Award in YAGP San Diego. 'Solidario' was created as a tribute to legendary modern dance pioneer Martha Graham.

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            • Martha Graham Warrior


              from Jenny Sharaf / Added

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              • Los Tracahombres_ Chico solitario


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                http://edicionescalamidad.blogspot.com http://lostracahombres.bandcamp.com/

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                • My M.O.: "Monkey"


                  from VJ Fuzzy Bastard / Added

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                  Projections prepared for a live performance with My M.O. (Is Music).

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                  • Accessing the Legacy of Marth Graham: Steps in the Street


                    from Melissa Pihos / Added

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                    A short documentary about the reconstruction of Martha Graham's Steps in the Street at UNC-Greensboro.

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                    • A Naked Guy Walks into a Mariah Robertson Photo | "New York Close Up" | Art21


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                      INTENDED FOR MATURE AUDIENCES. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED. What makes an image funny? In this film, artist Mariah Robertson works with Bill—a male nude model she met online—taking pictures of him in her Greenpoint studio, and later, rehearsing a Martha Graham-inspired dance routine in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Robertson’s point of view is revealed through a series of jokes that highlight not only the artist’s wry sense of humor, but also suggest a critical engagement with gender dynamics, sexual politics, and double-standards within art history. Reacting to the pervasiveness of “purposeful nudes” — from paintings of odalisques to contemporary pornography — Robertson’s images of naked men occupy “a confusing middle zone” that mingle self-reflexivity with visual whimsy. Mariah Robertson (b. 1975, Indianapolis, IN, USA) grew up in Sacramento, California, and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. CREDITS | New York Close Up Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Editor: Brad Kimbrough & Joaquin Perez. Cinematography: John Marton, Wesley Miller, Clair Popkin & Andrew David Watson. Sound: Nicholas Lindner, Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Associate Producer: Ian Forster. Production Assistant: Paulina V. Ahlstrom, Don Edler & Maren Miller. Design: Open. Artwork: Mariah Robertson. Thanks: American Contemporary, Matthew Dipple, Bill, Triskelion Arts, Ellpetha Tsivicos. An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2012. All rights reserved. “New York Close Up” is supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by Toby Devan Lewis. Additional support provided by The 1896 Studios & Stages. For more info: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup

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