Eli Tamondong

Eli Tamondong, photo by Renee Colbert

VOID is a hybrid choreography that is part-karaoke, part-performative spellwork, part-confessional, and part-dance. It is a work that takes cues from anime, drag, ritual, and personal history, tumbling through the presentational and performative as a means to deconstruct a superficial identity politic that hides a deeper empty unknown.

Eli Tamondong is a hybrid artist practicing and performing under the moniker Projectile Imagery. They have been curated by Dance New Amsterdam, Dixon Place, Movement Research at Judson, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Chez Bushwick, Gibney Dance, and New York Live Arts; published in SLAG Mag and Polychrome Ink; and posted on Instagram. Eli is a performer with Daria Fain’s Commons Choir. They have been a member of the Dance/NYC Junior Committee since 2014, a Chez Bushwick Artist-in-Residence (2014), and a New York Live Arts Fresh Tracks Artist (2015-16). Eli is studying Massage Therapy at the Swedish Institute.

Website: projectileimagery.me