Friday, June 11 @ 7pm
RAD | Renay Aumiller Dances, NC
Jessica Michal / Moves, NJ
UB Theater and Dance, NY
Olivia Passarelli, NY
Napolitano Dance, NJ
Can Wang, PA
DAEGU CITY DANCE COMPANY, S. Korea
General ticket : $15
A private Live Stream video link will be forwarded to you 1 hour before the start time, and you will have 5 hours to watch the full performance at your own leisure.
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RAD | Renay Aumiller Dances
RAD | Renay Aumiller Dances has gained a strong and steady national and international presence with their thought-provoking performances displaying keen wit and fluid physicality. Founded in 2012, the North Carolina project-based and is comprised of professional dancers from the area known for their technical and creative capacities. Their concert dance performances have been presented in 15 national and over 30 regional festivals, including 7 self-produced performances in traditional and alternative venues. RAD’s recent dance film collaborations responding to the intricacies of pandemic life have gained international presence in Sweden, Canada, Pakistan, and the United Kingdom. In 2020, the need to support one another has never been more apparent. Holding Space, our duet presented in this year’s DUMBO Dance Festival, explores how two dancers can uniquely connect even when physical distancing keeps us from coming together.
© Jen Guy Metcalf
Jessica Michal / Moves
Jessica Michal is a professional dance artist based in the New York/New Jersey area. Originally from Robbinsville, New Jersey, Jess attended Rutgers University's Mason Gross School of the Arts to earn her BFA in Dance Performance in May 2021. Her work studies the connection between the human body and the infinite mind. Rooted in intimacy and vulnerability, Jess focuses on the complexities of the human experience with an aim to not answer, but instead, question more deeply the intricacies of this mind/body relationship. “Exhaust Me” takes viewers on a ride through control versus chaos, expansion versus contraction, and structure versus freedom. Through movement of the body and motion of the camera, this film challenges us to consider the multiplicity and multidimensionality of the female being.
© John Evans
Now on Sale
Yuki Ishiguro originally from Japan is running his own dance company “Yu.S.Artistry” in New York.
Yuki studied contemporary dance as well as unique street performer skills such as Break dance, Pantomime, Tricking. From these training and his own practice, Yuki created his own dance style and signature movements.
Yu.S.Artistry was founded in 2018, the works have been presented at Jazz at Lincoln center, Suzanne Roberts theater, Nazareth college, Montgomery county community college among others.
Their work called ”My boundaries” explores human interaction when forced to exist within strict boundaries.
© Allison Armfield from OneDayDance
UB Theater and Dance
The Camel's Back
Homeria Lubin is a senior dance major at the University at Buffalo (UB). Homeria is the UB Dance Senior Class Representative, a member of Zodiaque, UB's resident dance company, and graduated in 2021 with BA degrees in Dance and Psychology. Homeria has been part UB productions such as Emerging Choreographer Showcase, MFA Showcase, Choreolab, Dancer’s Workshop and Home and Away. UB's first virtual dance concert, Home and Away, was a departmental production which included students and faculty in Dance, Design Technology, and the university production group. "The Camel's Back," Homeria's first choreographic piece, was inspired by George Floyds's death and highlights the impact of collaboration.
© Allison Mersereau
Olivia Passarelli recently graduated from Montclair State University, with her BFA in Dance Performance. She made her choreographic debut in 2019, and has had her work performed at Alexander Kassar Theater, alongside Martha Graham and Ohad Naharin; along with being selected for ACDA 2020. Most recently she was awarded 1st Place in Salt Contemporary Dance Company’s, Shape Choreography Festival. Passarelli is thrilled to be a part of the Virtual Dumbo Dance Festival, presenting her work, In Moderation. An exploration of femininity in a time of vast societal shifts, In Moderation examines the relationship between free will and femininity. Set to Tchaikovsky’s driving melody, this work slips between soft and harsh; asking of itself what it means to be feminine, and how to shift that narrative.
© Kimberly Chok
Alfonse Napolitano, native of Parsippany, New Jersey, recently graduated from Montclair State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Dance Education (Magna Cum Laude), as well as completing the credits for BFA in Dance Performance. In summer of 2019, he studied in Los Angeles with Diavolo: Architecture in Motion. “forma” was inspired by his short time at Diavolo, as well as one of Leonardo da Vinci’s greatest work; The Vitruvian Man. This thrilling and athletic piece begins in a museum filled with life-size sculptures that are brought to life to test the limits of the human body through daring rolls, dives, and flies. The dancers begin by exploring how their bodies can fit together before truly testing their own limits.
© Robert Cooper
Can Wang (pronounced “Tsan Wahng”) is a dance artist who performs, creates and collaborates. She is of Chinese origin and has been dancing for as long as she can remember. Her choreographic works have been performed in the United States, China and South Korea since 2013. She has been collaborating with internationally acclaimed theatre and visual artists since 2016. She was a company dancer at Buglisi Dance Theater, and is an alumna of the Juilliard School. She is now furthering her artistic research at the MFA Dance program at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Time Reassembled investigates the perception and embodiment of time under the light of confinement. Can attempts to deconstruct predetermined time units and reassemble those timely pieces into an alternative reality with her body through videography.
© Jack Li
DAEGU CITY DANCE COMPANY
Daegu City Dance Company(DCDC) IS The first national public modern dance organization in Korea. As the representative dancing company of the performance and culture in city Daegu, the DCDC is enhancing its possibilities throughout not only just in Korea boundary, but also in Asia, Europe and North America while exchanging advanced dance information and techniques with other worldwide dance companies.
“<The Car> showed a sophisticated stage with a unified sense of harmony of stage equipment, lighting, costumes, and images, containing a message aiming for coexistence between machines and humans, taking the human confrontation as the theme.” (Dec,2019 / Magazine Goodstage)
© Hwang Inmo
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