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The "Salon" at Spoke: Voices in Experimental Performance
Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center
Brooklyn, NY
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Sep 22, 2018 7:30 PM



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The "Salon" at Spoke: Voices in Experimental Performance
The "Salon" at Spoke: Voices in Experimental Performance
Curated by Juliana Garber
$10 Admission
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FEATURING:

Dan Siegelman (Film)

Christopher Unpezverde Núñez (Dance), Juliana Garber (Dance) & Dave Koenig (Sound)

Ainesh Madan (Dance)

Spectra aka Ria Rajan (Visuals) and Sofy Yuditskaya (Sound)

Mei Yamanaka (Dance)

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ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:

DAN SIEGELMAN is a video editor, currently working in television post-production. He has worked on projects for diverse clients such as National Geographic, Netflix, Discovery and many others. In his own work, Dan is interested in creating dreamlike visual spaces by exploring the relationships between music, color, and found footage. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

CHRISTOPHER "UNPEZVERDE" NUNEZ is a Costa Rican born, Brooklyn based choreographer, live artist, curator and dance educator. He holds a BFA in Science in Performing Arts from the National University of Costa Rica.
He creates performative playgrounds using elements of Latin American folk art, queer culture, technology and anthropomorphism of objects associated with both personal and social memory.

JULIANA GARBER is a Brooklyn-based dancer and choreographer whose work is rooted in collaboration and improvisation. She has a B.A. in Choreography and Performance from Oberlin College, graduating with the Helen M. Ward Memorial Award for Excellence in Dance. She has collaborated with numerous composers, dancers, and filmmakers and is currently working with Argentinian pianist and composer Emilio Teubal.

DAVE KOENIG grew up playing jazz and now makes computer music.  He is interested in music's intersections with phenomenology, aesthetics, and capitalism.  He feels conflicted about granular synthesis.  He likes squeaky hinge sounds.

AINESH MADAN is a performer, choreographer, and musician, in New York. He began dancing in India at the Shiamak Davar Insitute for the Performing Arts, where he went on to join the Special Potential Batch. Ainesh arrived in the United States to attend Bard College on a full-tuition scholarship, attaining a Bachelor of Arts in Dance and Economics. Aineshs choreographic work has previously been presented venues at Austria, India, and USA.
Ainesh is a recipient of the Work Up Residency at Gibney Dance Center and the BAX Summer Space Grant. He received the DanceWEB Scholarship 2016. Ainesh is currently dancing for Bessie Award winning choreographer RoseAnne Spradlin.

RIA RAJAN is a visual artist and designer. Her work spans across mediums both analog and digital, including drawing, painting, image making, sculptural explorations and interventions in spaces. She has been invited to participate in multiple public art projects such as Urban Avant Garde (Bangalore), Investment Zone (Bangalore), Figment (NY) and was a member of the erstwhile art collective Jaaga Juice. More recently, collaboration has become a key aspect to her work and hopes to build long lasting artistic relationships with people and places.

SOFY YUDITSKAYA (@horusVacui) is a media artist and educator working with video, interactivity, projections, code, paper, and salvaged material. Her work focuses on techno-occult rituals, street performance, and participatory art. Sofy's performances enact and reframe hegemonies, she works with materials that exemplify our deep entanglement with petro-culture and technologys affect on consciousness. She has worked on projects at Eyebeam, 3LD, the Rubin Museum, the Netherlands Institute voor Media Kunst, ARS Electronica, Games for Learning Institute, The Guggenheim (NYC), The National Mall and has taught workshops at GAFFTA, and MoMA. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in AV Performance at NYU GSAS.

MEI YAMANAKA is a dancer and choreographer from Japan. Mei moved to New York in 2008.  Mei has worked and collaborated with artists including Tiffany Mills Company, Dendy Donovan Projects, Jody Oberfelder Projects, Jennifer Archibald, Katy Pyle, Patricia Noworol, Daily Jian, Oui Danse, Catherine Galasso among others.
Mei's work has been seen at Fresh Tracks at New York Live Arts, Movement Research at Judson Church, "Split Bill" Series at Triskelion Arts, Mix Festival at HERE, Food for Though at Danspace, and more. Mei was a "Fresh Tracks" residency artist at Dance Theater Workshop(now New York Live Arts) in 2010 - 2011. She was also residency artist at Chez Bushwick Artist In Residence  in 2014 at Chez Bushwick.

Location

Spoke the Hub Re:Creation Center (View)
748 Union St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
United States


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Arts > Performance

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