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 Post subject: Chez Bushwick KINETIC CINEMA
PostPosted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 11:18 am 
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KINETIC CINEMA
Wednesday, June 10th, 2009
7:00pm Reality Dancevision: An Intimate Screen Capture Of Dance Vloggers
Curated by Boris Willis

LOCATION:
Chez Bushwick
( http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AAQlAALrsQ ) 304 Boerum
St., Buzzer #11
(Between Bogart and White)
Brooklyn, NY 11206

DIRECTIONS:
- L Train To Morgan Avenue -
- 2 Blocks From The Station -
- Click Here For Googlemap -
( http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AAdYAALrsQ )
RSVP (Limited Seating):
info@chezbushwick.net (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AAmqAALrsQ )
ADMISSION: General: $10
(purchase at the door)


A co-presentation of Chez Bushwick and Pentacle-s Movement Media

Join us for the last Kinetic Cinema of the season featuring Boris Willis, a dancer,
choreographer, video-maker and blogger based in Washington DC. Willis will explore
the phemonena of dance vlogs (video blogs about dance) and present works by of some
of the most notable and prolific dance vloggers today. In 2007-08 Willis published
the vlog "Dance-a-day (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AA_yAALrsQ ) " in which he
made and posted a dance video every day for 365 days. From his first video (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABA_AALrsQ ) shot in a
parking lot demonstrating effeminate gestures, to an entire month of posts (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABDiAALrsQ ) about
important sites of Black history in Washington DC, as well as 43 collaborations with
composer David Morneau (who also posted a composition a day on his blog 60×365.com (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABH5AALrsQ ) ), Willis
covered the entire range of styles, experiments, and types of improvisation one can
do with dance and a video camera.

Featuring the work of: danceanywhere (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABLeAALrsQ ) , Gesel Mason
( http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABM1AALrsQ ) , Liz
Roncka ( http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABODAALrsQ ) ,
pamelaleeatwell (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABPXAALrsQ ) , and Boris
Willis ( http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABQ3AALrsQ ) ,
Ashley A. Friend (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABSFAALrsQ ) , among
others.



Boris Willis is an Assistant Professor of Computer Game Design at George Mason
University and the Chief Artistic Officer of Boris Willis Moves, a movement and
media based performance company. He has performed with Liz Lerman/Dance Exchange,
Streb, Jacob-s Pillow-s Men Dancers and the Theatre of the First Amendment. He
recently completed work on Dance-A-Day, ( www.danceaday.com (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... ABeYAALrsQ ) ) a year long
daily video dance project. He has an MFA in Dance and Technology from The Ohio State
University, a BFA in Dance from George Mason University and a Diploma in
Contemporary Dance from the NC School of the Arts.


About Kinetic Cinema:

Kinetic Cinema is a co-presentation of Chez Bushwick and Pentacle-s Movement Media
project, and happens on the second Wednesday of each month as part of a weekly
dance, visual & media arts series at Chez Bushwick. For each screening Anna Brady
Nuse, Pentacle-s director of Movement Media, invites a different guest artist from
the fields of dance and media arts to share a selection of films and videos that
have inspired them. These could be works for screen that feature dance, are
kinetic-based, or have been influential on their work in some way. The guest
curators come from a range of backgrounds as performers, choreographers, critics,
video artists, and film-makers.


Pentacle-s Movement Media project & news about the Kinetic Cinema:

Move the Frame (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AB7JAALrsQ )
http://pentacle.org/movement_media.asp (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AB9qAALrsQ )


Weekly Visual and Media Arts Programming
Wednesdays at 7pm

2nd - KINETIC CINEMA, a co-presentation with Pentacle-s Movement Media project,
explores the intersection of dance and the moving image both on screen and stage
with guest artists who share the films and videos that have inspired them.

3rd - PRIME MOVER features artist-curated programs of cutting edge video and media
art, with an international focus.

4th - ARTIST SALON features dialogue across disciplines around various artist-chosen
topics. Anyone can bring questions, stories, artifacts, or material to add to the
conversation.

Visual & Media Arts programming is the fastest growing component of public
exhibitions at Chez Bushwick. In 2004 the organization exhibited 14 visual artists
working in video and new media; this number exceeded 75 in 2008, and is projected to
increase still further in 2009 through a number of new public programs. Film, Video,
Media, and Interdisciplinary Programs at Chez Bushwick are made possible through a
grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Grants are made to
support efforts to strengthen areas that directly affect the context in which
artists work. More info: www.chezbushwick.net (
http://chezbushwick.pmailus.com/pmailwe ... AChgAALrsQ )


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