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.
CONCEPTION, ÉCRITURE ET RÉALISATION
Madeleine Cazenave (sous réserve)
Simon Maurice ou Yohan Nayet
STAGIAIRES EN GÉNIE MÉCANIQUE, INSA LYON
François Berger et Inès Derrien
MONTAGE DE PRODUCTION, ADMINISTRATION ET DIFFUSION
COPRODUCTIONS, AIDES ET SOUTIENS
Les Tombées de la Nuit, Rennes / Les Champs Libres, Rennes / Centre culturel Jacques Duhamel, Vitré / Le Triangle, scène conventionnée danse, Rennes / AY-ROOP / Ville de Rennes / Fondation BNP Paribas
An Amazing Choreography By Cynthia Quinn & Moses Pendleton Of MOMIX Taken From Movie Called "First Born".
F.L.O.W IS BALLET IN THREE PARTS
Music: 'nanO' from the album 'ozOne', 'Space Weaver' from the album 'Silver Tree', 'The Moola Mantra'
Choreography and Direction by Moses Pendleton
Props design by Michael Curry
Costume design by Phoeby Katz
Diana Vishneva, the dancer, the prima ballerina for the Kirov Ballet, in “F.L.O.W. (For Love of Women),” performs a triple bill of dances created for her at City Center through Sunday.
-RICHARD TERMINE FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES
Magic realism and surrealism in action. Real stories in times of crisis, violence, as well as love and hope. The cruel and devastating reality of the Latin American farmer in relation with its time, place and life itself. Customs and traditions, transformed in and confronted with contemporaneity.
Choreography & Direction: Alexander Carrillo
With: Alexander Carrillo, Fernando Derks.
Dramaturgy/Assistant: Carolina Ortega
Music: Tim Kienecker, Fernando Derks
Camera - Video & Sound Editing: Irene Izquierdo
Light-Design: Asier Solana
Photograph: Anastasia Coyto
Production: Alexander Carrillo
Supporters: DOCK 11 Berlin
A-Ta-ka!, Denkmal by Cal y Canto Teatro.
Seen at STAMP (The Street Arts Melting Pot) in Hamburg-Altona, Germany 16-06-2017
The molten dreams of Salvador Dali inspire Cal y Cando Teatro for their perfomance where dragons play a big role.