Oct
3
Oct 4

Embodied Processing, an evening of work by Emily Beattie and Kathleen Kelley + Sarah Rose Nordgren

October 3 + 4th 7:30pm or 9:00pm each night

Dance Complex 536 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA 02139

$15 General Admission

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Ticket Link: http://embodiedprocessing.bpt.me/

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Embodied Processing is an atypical performance happening on October 3 + 4th with shows at 7:30pm and 9:00pm each night all at the Dance Complex in Cambridge, MA as part of the first Fall Performance Series.

Embodied Processing presents two separate collaborations experienced back to back in an intimate and immersive performance space.

Digitized Figures is a collaborative project by dance artist Kathleen Kelley and poet Sarah Rose Nordgren. It is an immersive installation that includes live dance performance alongside video projections that surround the viewer with choreographed and animated text.

In Antennae, choreographer Emily Beattie and media artist Brian Knoth create performance that explores an intimate process of physically sorting through the noise. Using a kinect camera to physicalize the navigation of real and imagined spaces the performer moves to locate sound grounding in the work.

Digitized Figures Media 

Antennae Media

 

Sep
16
7:00 pm19:00

Movement Research Open Performance

KKD dancer's will perform excerpts from KK's new work: "To The Land" at this wonderfully informal works-in-progress event. http://www.movementresearch.org/performancesevents/openperformance/

Location: Movement Research at Eden's Expressway, located at 537 Broadway, 4th Floor, between Prince and Spring Streets 

NO RESERVATIONS and ADMISSION IS FREE
A suggested donation of $3 or more is asked of those able to contribute

Dec
4
Dec 8

Student Performance at Works-A-Foot

  • Montclair State University

Kathleen Kelley premieres new work on Montclair students at the Works-A-Foot Concert.

Works-A-Foot 2013 Dec 4 7:30 pm; Dec 5 7:30 pm; Dec 6 7:30 pm; Dec 7 8:00 pm; Dec 8 2:00 pm BUY TICKETS

The star-studded array will feature works by guest artists and MSU faculty.  Wonderland by Andrea Miller of Gallim Dance Company has been critically-hailed for its “delicious strangeness, fierce aggression, and raw beauty.” The “New Works Initiative” artist, Claire Porter, will create Sentence, featuring students from the Department of Theatre and Dance blending text with movement.  The program will be dramatically completed with works by MSU faculty members Earl Mosley, Kathleen Kelley, Tyler Gilstrap, Maxine Steinman, and Jessica DiMauro.