Jennifer Monson and Kate Cahill offered a site-specific workshop on Saturday November 10,2012.
This site-specific workshop led by choreographer Jennifer Monson and architect/iLAND board member, Kate Cahill drew on collaborative practices created in SIP (sustained immersive process)/watershed between Monson, Cahill, composer Chris Cogburn, and dance maker Maggie Bennett, as well as Monson’s on-going practice developed with Welsh environmental movement artist Simon Whitehead. Informed by sensory/perceptual awareness exercises, scientific observation, and the natural history of the location, we will create simple movement, listening, and compositional exercises that continually shift our point of view as we experience the Inwood/Spuyten Duyvil area. We will return to the gallery to create actions, objects and models.
Participants created and performed the following SCORES: