Walter Dundervill: ARENA
Although online sales for today's show may have ended, there will definitely be tickets available at the door ($15 -- cash only).
Bessie-winner Walter Dundervill brings ARENA back to JACK, an installation performance that created a buzz when it premiered at JACK in July 2014. Over the course of each three-hour installation, Dundervill and his dancers utilize costumes, fabrics, and various everyday materials to build a landscape continually in flux.
Thursday, January 14, 6 - 9 pm
Friday, January 15, 6 - 9 pm
Saturday, January 16, 12 - 3 pm and 7 - 10 pm
Tyler Ashley, Benjamin Asriel, Nicole Daunic, Walter Dundervill, Jessie Gold, Niall Jones, Jennifer Kjos, Kevin Lovelady, Athena Malloy, Omagbitse Omagbemi
Lighting consultant: Ben Demarest
Curated by Stacy Grossfield
"[;;Dundervill];; brings a brilliant and bizarre sensibility to everything he touches, as a set designer, costumer, performer, choreographer, and director. " Martha Sherman, danceviewtimes
WALTER DUNDERVILL is a multidisciplinary dance artist based in New York City. He creates immersive performance environments fusing choreography, visual art, costume, and sound design. His work has been presented at Dance Theater Workshop, The Chocolate Factory, Dixon Place, JACK, Participant Inc., Blakston Gallery, NADA, the Movement Research Festival, and the Solo in Azione Festival in Milan, Italy. Dundervill has received Bessie Awards for the visual design of his own choreography, Aesthetic Destiny 1: Candy Mountain (2011), the costume design for luciana achugar's Puro Deseo (2009), and as a dancer in RoseAnne Spradlin's under/world (2003). He has also created costume and set for Ivy Baldwin, Tere O'Connor, and RoseAnne Spradlin. Dundervill has performed for choreographers and visual artists including RoseAnne Spradlin, DD Dorvillier/Future Human Dance Corps, Keely Garfield, Yves Musard, Bruce Nauman, Lovett/Codagnone, Kembra Phaler, and David Wojnarowicz. Dundervill is a member of the Artist Advisory Council at Movement Research. He has been an artist in residence at Movement Research, the New Museum, and New York Live Arts.
Photo by Maria Baranova.
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