RE:Vision IV *LIVE STREAM* on Dance-Tech
UrbanWashDanceCompany photographed by Wetcircuit
RE:Vision IV will be streamed live on Dance Tech TV April 21st at 8pm EST.
dance-techTV is an online collaborative video channel dedicated to interdisciplinary explorations of the performance of movement. It is a curated channel that follows the model of public TV broadcasting, and is available for co-productions and partnerships with members of the community.
INSPIRIT performs Past Her Rites, a four-part expose into the accumulative culture of the modern day professional female, which delves into the psyche of women who push past their womanly identities and find themselves lost in a sea of untailored affectations. The Xaelan Manifesto is the work of Damon White, a multidisciplinary Bronx artist blending singing/songwriting, dance, poetry, and theater in a collaboration with Mikhail Torich. Urban Wash Dance Company and video artist Wetcircuit team up again exploring the story of Cassandra and Ajax with costumes by Olek. Blind reveals history through iconic gesture and decay of human form. Aerostatic performs original scores.
participating artists include:
INSPIRIT, a dance company / Christal Brown
The Xaelan Manifesto
Urban Wash Dance Company
detailed information on the artists can be found here.
This live stream of Re:Vision IV is co-produced by Forward Motion Theater and Dance-tech.net. Your support is greatly appreciated. Please show your support by logging on to FMT and/or Dance-tech and make a tax deductible contribution.
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The mission of Forward Motion Theater is to explore the combination of movement and technology through live performance and digital media. Current projects include both live theater and new performance venues through video and the web. Forward Motion Theater was incorporated as a non-profit arts organization in 2001 and has achieved 501(c)3 status. Forward Motion Theater is dedicated to exploring forms of communication that resonate regardless of social or cultural heritage, and believes this approach will open the door to a future full of diversity and understanding.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.