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In Performance

In Performance: AUNTS in a LOFT (NYC)

In Performance: AUNTS in a LOFT (NYC)

AUNTS in a LOFT
September 15th, 2012 at 8pm
Secret Works Loft
59 Jefferson Street #301


Admission is a Contribution to the FreeBar or FreeBoutique where everyone shops and drinks for free all night long!
Bring anything, like beer, soda, juice, the shirt in the back of your closet that you never wear anymore, etc.
AUNTS in a LOFT is the *classic* one night only AUNTS evening with multiple performers, overlapping performances, open dance parties, multi-disciplinary, body/non-body based, time oriented, finished/experimental/unfinished/process art. It’s the end of the summer show. Back to “school” y’all.

Featuring:

living things
mommiedaddymama
Megan Byrne
Diana Crum
Milka Djordjevich
Lindsey Drury
Stacy Grossfield
Ana Lieberman
Michael Newton
Lauren Nickou presents FREEDOM CAGE
cakeface
Jessica Ray
Hadley Smith
Derek Spaldo
Mary Sullivan
Gillian Walsh
Justin Walter
Emily Wexler

AND Featuring:

a special treat by Tony Schultz
VJ set by Tei Blow
a special appearance by Mariana Valencia
and Celebrity Bartenders

as always…
DANCE Party to follow.
About AUNTS:
AUNTS is about having dance happen. The dance you’ve already seen, that pops into your head, that is known and expected and unknown and unexpected. Dance that seeps into the cracks of street lights, subway commotion, magazine myth, drunk nights at the bar, the family album, and the couch where you lay and softly glance at the afternoon light coming in through the window. AUNTS constantly tests a model of producing dance/performance/parties. A model that supports the development of current, present, and contemporary dancing. A model that expects to be adopted, adapted, replicated, and perpetuated by any person who would like to use it. Where performing can last five seconds or five hours; never a “work in progress.” Where the work of performing is backed by the “land of plenty” rather than “there is not enough.” Where the work of AUNTS defies the regulation of institution, capitalism, and consumerism. AUNTS is about being gracious in this world.

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Caden Manson is Editor In Chief and Curator of Contemporary Performance Network and co-founder and artistic director of Big Art Group, a New York City performance company founded in 1999.

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