Dreaming of Newyork by Sujin Kwon

Dance Styles: Digital
Techniques / Methods: Animation Drawing Music Video
Moods: Love People Poetic Red Sounds Warm

© sujin

hand drawing, 2D animation.

This is a collaboration video between a singer songwriter, Leslie Early and a visual artist, Sujin Kwon.

You can feel subtle, sensitive emotion between the song and the video.
You might feel like someone is whispering to your ears in the cold, cold winter time.
Of course, you're not alone.

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https://vimeo.com/sujin

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BRUISSEMENTS DE PELLES (COUP DE FROID)

Dance Styles: Digital
Techniques / Methods: Dance Videos
Moods: Funny Humorous People Sounds

© Dimitri HATTON

Satchie Noro / Dimitri Hatton
FURINKAI company present
Shivers Rustling (Cold Strike)
Filmed in December 2016 in Loos-en-gohelle with the precious complicity of Culture Commune - Scène Nationale
of the Mining Basin of Pas-de-Calais
humer sounds dancevideo funny relation

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https://vimeo.com/dimitrihatton
https://m.facebook.com/Dimitri-Hatton-466806690351282/

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the event of a thread by Ann Hamiltonthe

Dance Styles: Audience Participation Performance
Techniques / Methods: Fabric Visual art
Moods: Light People Sounds Surreal White

© Park Avenue Armory

ANN HAMILTON: the event of a threadDecember 5, 2012 - January 6, 2013Park Avenue Armory, NYCFor more information, visit http://www.armoryonpark.org/In being alone (on a swing) together (in a field), we find a condition of the social that is... 'the event of a thread'. Ann Hamilton's new work fills the Armory's Drill Hall with a visceral and literal poetry. Set into motion by visitors, a field of swings, a massive white cloth, a flock of homing pigeons, spoken and written texts, and transmissions of weight, sound, and silence weave through this expansive space to create a fabric of experience.

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http://www.annhamiltonstudio.com/
http://www.armoryonpark.org/

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Distance Measure by Abigail Levine

Dance Styles: Performance
Techniques / Methods: LED
Moods: Sounds Yellow

© Abigail Levine

Choreography: Abigail Levine
Music: Derek Bermel
Dancers: Abigail Levine, Aaron Mattocks, Storme Sundberg
Musicians: Derek Bermel (clarinet), Eric Lamb (flute), Alex Sopp (flute)
Design and Costume Consultant: daniel lang/levitsky

Distance Measures evolved collaboratively alongside Derek Bermel's new work Orbit Design, which will be performed live with the dance.
Distance Measures is presented as part of the series Movement Research at the Judson Church.

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www.abigaillevine.com

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