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Upcoming Events: Summer and Fall
Our first visit to Mexico City to present Entrance and Mali at the International Festival of Contemporary Dance on August 3. We stay for a week and are looking forward to exploring the great city! The fall begins with Experiments: Tree/Loading Dock/Attic video from Archeology in Reverse (Fenley, Michael Mersereau), presented at the Video Dance Showcase of the 27th Quinzena de Danca de Almada, International Dance Festival, Almada, Portugal; Molissa joins other dancers that worked with the late choreographer Andy de Groat to perform Fan Dance at the Judson Church on September 17; Molissa collaborates with Joy Harjo and Larry Mitchell at the Atlantic Center for the Arts performing on November 2;  Molissa Fenley and Company perform Cosmati Variaitons on November 9 as part of Giada Ferrone's Toscana Dance Hub at the Jack Crystal Theater, NYC; Molissa sets Mix at the New York University Tisch School of the Arts with performances on November 21 and 22.

Hoping to see you at these events,

Love, Molissa

 


 

Attic short from Michael Mersereau on Vimeo.

Rhythm Field, Molissa Fenley

Molissa Fenley, one of the most influential artists of postmodern dance, has had a lasting impact on performance. In dance, she has explored extreme effort and duration in highly crafted patterns and performed with an explosive, joyous energy that infused her work with endurance, balance, and life force. She challenged modern dance orthodoxy and redefined the character of a woman’s moving body in the late twentieth century, bringing postmodernized ritual to the stage.

Rhythm Field is a vivid and probing portrait of Fenley’s four-decade career, written by her fellow artists. The collection functions as a multifaceted look into one woman’s complex performing arts legacy. The result is itself an aesthetic undertaking that investigates the ways in which Fenley straddles dance traditions, art genres, and gender norms and has been a model to the field. The collection offers several scholarly analyses of the choreographer’s work, and is, above all, a vibrant record from the field. Rhythm Field sits at a necessary midpoint between criticism and scholarship.

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Sala Miguel Covarrubias
August 3, 2019,8pm
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Judson Church
September 17, 2019, 8pm
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Video Dance Showcase, 27th Quinzena de Danca de Almada International Dance Festival
September 21-October 10, 2019
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Cosmati Variations I-IV

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