How does audience participation and perspective provide accessibility, add value to their experience, and enhance the outcome for both performer and audience? Could it guide us to be more present, honest, and vulnerable? Collaboration brings risk.
Bermudez continuously challenges the traditions of concert dance and their impact on audiences. Her work focuses on selfhood through self-reflection, relational dynamics, and building aware communities.
"THIS.YOU", a multimedia installation, will investigate the psychological/physical behavioral dynamics of relationships; romantic, familial, and friendly through immersive experience. Focusing on two dynamics; social pressure and codependency, and three components of psyche; narrative, perspective, and cognitive, it explores the effects on a person’s ‘innate desire’. Innate desire, as in an individual’s uninhibited inner yearning, is the search for selfhood pursued in intimate relationships, career choices, social circles, and home lives. Presented in the round in a gallery-like setting, this evening-length collaborative performance combines dance with immersive technology, live original music, visual art, and spoken word to confront differences between our internal and external worlds, exposing the dualities inherent to desire. "THIS.YOU" makes way for discovery and narrative, rare to experience by both performer and audience alike. The work will exhibit the intimacy and difficulty of partnering work presented through various perspectives and vantage points, where each collaborator has an equal voice.
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Nick Alselmo is a 2015 graduate from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) with a BFA in contemporary dance and a 2015 recipient of the William R. Kenan, Jr. Performing Arts Fellowship at Lincoln Center Education. He began his dance training at age nine in his hometown of Rochester, NY at the Little Red Dancing School under the direction of Lisa Allain. He was trained in contemporary, ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap, and musical theater. While at UNCSA, he danced in works by Jue
is a professional dance artist and yoga instructor based in New York City. A 2015 graduate of the Boston Conservatory, she has toured internationally with Shen Wei Dance Arts performing in venues such as The Guggenheim, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Art Basel Hong Kong, the National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing, and more. Her movement practice has been inspired by various forms of bodywork such as yoga, reiki, qigong, tai chi, and the Alexander technique
was born and raised in southern California. She attended the Orange County School of the Arts and received her BFA from The Juilliard School (2016) where she performed works by Kyle Abraham, Martha Graham, Eliot Feld, Camille Brown, Brian Brook, Kate Weare, Paul Taylor, Loni Landon, & Bobbi Jene Smith. Professionally, she danced with GroundWorks Dance Theater in works by Robyn Mineko Williams, Adam Barruch, Beth Corning and David Shimotakahara. She currently dances for Brian Brooks Dance, MeenMo
Morgan Bryant began studying ballet at the Shellman Dance Academy. It was there the foundation of technical training was instilled in her that prepared to her to attend institutions such as Alvin Ailey American dance Theater in the junior division, Dance Theatre of Harlem and Mason Gross School of the Arts program at Rutgers University where she attained her BFA in dance. Post college, Morgan has been fortunate enough to have worked with artists Bill T. Jones, Lea Robinson, Kristina Bermudez, K
Daan Bootsma (Nederland) began dancing at Grapélli Dance Studio. He graduated from LMIPA in 2016. After working with Hollands Showballet, he moved to NYC to study at the Ailey School. Daan has scholarships from Prins Bernard Cultuurfonds, VSBfonds, VandenEnde Foundation, and Hendrik Mullerfonds. He’s been to Springboard Danse Montreal. Daan works with RudduR Dance, Sinking Ship Creations, Matthew Westerby Company, Overground Physical Theatre Company, and Nadine Bommer Dance Company.
was born in Estonia and grew up in Israel. She served the IDF as an outstanding dancer & is a Graduate of 'Maslul' Professional Dance Program dir. by Naomi Perlov (Angelin Preljocaj). Iren received her B.A in Dance & a teaching certification from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance. She is an experienced freelance dancer, recently moved to NYC, and collaboratively worked with many choreographers in Israel and California: Iris Marko, Bianca Cabrera, Ayelet, Cohen, Lilach Orenstein, & more.
NATE TUCKER, musician and composer, is based in Boston at the BCA Artist Studio Building. Tucker works regularly with some of the city's finest artists and arts institutions. As a performer you can catch Nate Tucker performing with collective ensemble, dAnceNite, consisting of DJs, musicians, robots, visual artists, and dancers. Tucker can also be seen as a core percussionist for Juventus New Music Ensemble and accompanying dance classes at Boston Conservatory.
I am an artist who has been working in the Boston area for the past five years as a muralist and curator. As an artist I embody the notion that we exist as reflections of each other, giving myself to the work of curation and community organizing in addition to my own art practice. In my academic studies of Sociology, I became interested in the process of identity creation and how it is influenced by society at large.
Integrated Visions is a collaborative artist team made up of artists Michelle Penland Dodson and Bryan Dodson. Integrated Visions combines a fine art training and sensibility with a ground up understanding of cutting edge technology to create immersive installations, artworks and public art. Work by Integrated Visions has been shown in major art museums around the world including MoMA (NYC), Akron Art Museum (Ohio), Crocker Art Museum (Sacramento), Virginia MoCA (Virginia Beach), Kajaani Art M