Dear Friends, In 2007, I started a year-long project at the Ridgewood Reservoir in collaboration with thread collective, a Brooklyn-based architecture team, and dance artists Mariangela Lopez, Maggie Bennett and Charlotte Gibbons and composer Kenta Negai. Our research included visits to the site with Mike Feller, Chief Naturalist of the Natural Resource Group of the NYC Parks Department; Andrew Greller, Professor Emeritus, Biology at Queens College; John Waldman, Professor of Biology, … [Read More...] about Ridgewood Reservoir receives wetland delineation!
December 1 – 2, 2018Location TBA10:00 AM – 2:00 PMCost: $75 Jennifer Monson teaches a workshop at Movement Research! Description:We will start with performing instantaneous 2 minute dances for each other. Responding with various approaches to language – descriptive, poetic, non–verbal, structural, etc., we will hone our intentions as they evolve in the act of […]
Full Flyer here: INVITATION COLLOQUE ADD Jennifer Monson heads to France next for ENSAM’s Architecture Dance Design Conference! See a rough translation from their website: MONDAY OCTOBER 29: BODY IN MOTION, SHARING WORKS AND A CONTEXTUALIZED ARCHITECTURE: WHAT SENSIBLE APPROACH? RESTITUTION OF EXPERIENCE AS RESEARCH AND PEDAGOGY TUESDAY 30 OCTOBER: AT THE CROSSING OF THE DISCIPLINES, INTERROGATE THE […]
FEVERISH WORLD (2018-2068): Arts and Sciences of Collective Survival will be a three-day symposium and convergence intended to catalyze the building of bridges between the arts and the sciences, and between academe and the broader community, to help prepare UVM and the Burlington region for the next 50 years of anticipated “feverishness.” (Fill in your […]
JENNIFER MONSON/SCORES AND SYSTEMS FOR PERFORMING IMPROVISATION 09:15-11:15am, Mon-Wed, Aug 13-15 FROM THE 12TH-19TH OF August 2018 David Zambrano and Mat Voorter will finally open TICTAC Art Centre in Brussels, Belgium. From Sunday 12 until Sunday 19 August 2018, we will be celebrating the opening of TicTac Art Centre with a non stop of daily […]
From John Lipscomb and our friends at Riverkeeper: (Full post here) Fast-tracked Army Corps proposals threaten the future life of the Hudson. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is considering six different plans for massive offshore barriers and/or land-based floodwalls intended to “manage the risk of coastal storm damage” to New York Harbor and the […]