Make sure to catch the final week of Performance Mix Festival #34: Remotely Yours!
artists sharing videos, photos, text and livestreams daily beginning at noon
Anh Vo is a Vietnamese choreographer, dancer, theorist, and activist. They create dances and produce texts about pornography and queer relations, about being and form, about identity and abstraction, about history and its colonial reality.
SLippery SLit is a new telephone performance by Nate Yaffe to incite intimate dances within. Please call in from anywhere you’d like. It is recommended that you use headphones, perhaps bluetooth, and that you find a place where you can be alone, no eyes on you. Presented simultaneously thru OFFTA (Montreal).
Tanja London alias qualia-c is remotely yours with the just finished experimental Screendance Trilogy grappling with the erosion of democracy [2011-2020], her latest music video and a live performance of her COVID lullaby. Furthermore, she shares more live and screen choreographies using scientific climate change data, considering the cultural impact of military technology and looking at privacy.
Liberty Styles is a tap dancer and singer who will be sharing her videos, music, and photographs. She will also be sharing excerpts from a 2019 show on livestream, featuring tap dance and live music as well as special guests.
My name is Sarah Toumani, and I am a french-algerian dancer and choreographer. I started working in the fall of 2019 on a new piece called ‘SENSUM’. I was still in the process of creation when the covid-19 situation started. My cast includes three other amazing dancers: Marianna Koytsan, Alexandre Beaslay and Marcus Thompson.
Welcome to Ease and Flow Cruise Lines: Taking you to happy living! Join us Starboard for on-deck activities, the Shame Game, and our Cruise Casual Cabaret! Created and Performed by Krista DeNio and Debra Disbrow. With special appearance, music, and creative contribution by Yackez (Jon and Larissa Velez-Jackson).
Kyla Kegler is an artist living in Buffalo who makes performances combining absurd and cliche narrative structures, video, big head masks, and somatic information to induce climactic moments between fiction and reality. She prioritizes inclusive presentational methods that bridge contexts.