Tune in to week 2 of Performance Mix Festival #34: Remotely Yours

artists sharing videos, photos, text and livestreams daily beginning at noon

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Week 1 starts Today: Performance Mix Festival #34: Remotely Yours

artists sharing videos, photos, text and livestreams daily beginning at noon

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Week One

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Announcing Performance Mix Festival #34: Remotely Yours

one artist featured a day at a time

May 4 – 31, 2020

Performance Mix Festival #34: Remotely Yours is a reimagined stay-at-home festival. While the live, weeklong festival of experimental dance and performance has been canceled, New Dance Alliance (NDA) will honor the artists during this month-long digital initiative. The Festival will spotlight a different artist each day on NDA’s website and social media platforms. Artists will have creative control over their biography pages, allowing them to upload and present work of all artistic mediums (photos, videos, live streams, crafts, etc). Read more

Lakeside AKA Monolithic Lisa Solo/Video Installation

Food and wine reception celebrating the finale of the Lakeside series

At ChaShaMa

Lakeside at Obras, photo by Sherry Wiggins

Join us for performance/installation, followed by a food and wine reception celebrating the complete series of LAKESIDE!

  • Friday, Feb. 21: 7-9:30pm
  • Performance runs 20 minutes
  • $10 cash at door
  • 141 Bridge Park Dr., Brooklyn, NY*
  • RSVP to newdancealliance@gmail.com

The space is located at 141 Bridge Park Dr., Brooklyn, NY 11201, on the waterfront side of the building next to Kaigo Coffee Room.

Karen Bernard explores the memory of trauma in a new work called LAKESIDE. Using video, and snippets of found audio woven together into an original score, Bernard layers minimalistic movements with an emotionally fraught sensitivity to draw her audience into a conceptually complex visual field. Bernard plays the roles of victim, witness and murderer, shifting between these roles with subtlety and intentionality to investigate how violence done to women affects us collectively—as a spectacle, an idea, and an experience lived and re-lived in the body. Central in the scene is a costume from her past, a bright yellow and black body suit. The costume is more than an object in the crime scene. It has a personality that has experienced physical terror.

Bernard will use her residency at ChaShaMa to further develop an active relationship with her audience, where like the performer who changes roles, their perception will shift between judge, jury and accomplice.

Original material developed with Lisa Parra, dramaturg Andi Villa Stover and digital composer Boris Billier with support from residencies L’Annexe-A and Obras Foundation. Karen Bernard is a project of New Dance Alliance.

The development of Lakeside is made possible through Foundation Obras and a Chashama Place to Present.

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