DANCE PERFORMANCES IN CONJUNCTION WITH IDEAS IN MOTION
Self Unfinished (1998) and Product of Circumstances (1999), performances and talks by French-born, Berlin-based choreographer Xavier LeRoy. Le Roy has collaborated with world-renowned artists and presented his work in various settings throughout Europe. He performs two of his rarely-seen early solo works: Self Unfinished (1998) at Green Street Studios on April 22 at 2pm, and Product of Circumstances (1999) (a free event) at MIT's Simmons Hall presented by MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies on April 23 at 7pm. Visit bostoncyberarts.org for tickets and information.
Electric Haiku; Calm as Custard by Cathy Weis , a concoction of dance, video, and sound. Using technology in simple yet ingenious ways, Weis takes physical movement into new realms, as dancers interact with projected images, and sights and sounds are amplified to dramatic and comic effect.
Performances April 28 at 8pm and April 29 at 2pm; family day event April 28, co-presented by the Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston (ICA). At the ICA; visit www.icaboston.org for tickets and information.
Denizen, a world premiere by intermedia performance collaborative Kinodance Company, a mesmerizing work that spans the boundaries between dance, cinema, visual art and sound.
Performances May 2 at 7:30pm and May 3 at 8pm, in collaboration with the Bank of America Celebrity Series. At the Tsai Center, BU; visit here for tickets and information.
Ideas In Motion is funded in part by a grant from LEF Foundation
Ideas in Motion is one of the premier programs during the opening weekend activities of the 2007 Boston Cyberarts Festival, funded in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s John & Abigail Adams Arts Program, a special program that funds cultural economic development projects.