I’m really glad that Performance Mix #34: Remotely Yours turned out to be so productive for me. I was able to wrap my head around the ideas that were all circling in my head.
Mx. Oops is a shapeshifting, ambisexual juggernaut from a sister dimension. Multimedia performance art and metaphysics come together in a fit of ecstatic uncertainty. Live for the moment, and join Mx. Oops on the journey to freedom. “What is the price of admission?” you ask…an open heart, a fluid mind, and a willingness to resonate with your inner freak.
Wendell Tyler Cooper, founder of Complex Stability™, is a dance artist and audio/video designer with a focus in consciousness studies. His multimedia performances, installations, and videos explore the power of presence and the dynamic nature of identity.
Originally from Pittsburgh, he is a graduate of George Washington University where he studied dance and religion. A certified yoga instructor and practitioner of Thai Yoga Massage, Cooper is also trained in various forms of energy healing. He is currently in the midst of an Integrated Media Arts MFA at Hunter College where he also teaches in the Dance Program and the Film & Media Department. Cooper is also the Director of Educational Programming at Pentacle [Danceworks], and adjunct faculty at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Cooper was a full-time dance teacher at the Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts (Baltimore, MD) (2005-2006) and has since been in residence at the Northeast Normal University in Changchun, China; as a Studio Series artist in residence at Dance Theater Workshop; Isadora Festival in Krasnoyarsk, Russia; at the GoDown Center in Nairobi, Kenya as a Cultural Envoy of the U.S. State Department with the Maida Withers Dance Construction Company; Wesleyan University, CT; and with Nicholas Leichter Dance at the Dialogue du Corps Festival, in Burkina Faso. Currently, he conducts teaching and performance initiatives through www.complexstability.com.