for North

December 1-3 // 7:30 PM

Center for Performance Research

361 Manhattan Ave // Brooklyn, NY 11211

Tickets: $15 in advance // $20 at the door

for North is an interdisciplinary project created in collaboration with and performed by Xan Burley, Will Owen, Alex Springer, and Hsiao-Jou Tang. for North is a devotion. We build and rebuild transient architectural borders that expose and consume our pursuant bodies. Each created chamber holds its own familiarity, its own distinct events, its own sonic climate. With every repeated act of making, we come closer and closer to artifact.

 

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NEW DUET   \\   OCT 5  @  8PM   //   FREE

We're showing a new, very much in-progress, duet in Movement Research at the Judson Church on MONDAY OCT 5 @ 8pm!

Special thanks goes out to Quentin Burley, Cesar Cordova, Katherine Ferrier, Imani Nia Foster, Natália Karam, the McGraw kids, Marian Passafaro, Alex Plaskey, Austin Selden, Mark Springer, Nathan Whiting, and Sofia Zalaquett for their generous help in the research process. 

Come check it out and catch three other artists as well. Bonus >>> it's free!

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We're excited to premiere the first portion of our newest work, Room Moving Part I, a collaboration with sound/set designer/performer Will Owen and dance artist Hsiao-Jou Tang.  Room Moving examines established relationships of formal performance in working with an integrated set of bright, white string.  Additionally we will perform X, a duet, opens on a moment before an end. Having originally premiered X at the Tank in March 2012, Alex and Xan will revisit the work and present a newly developed version of the piece at the Green Building.

 

GAP Presents! The Median Movement

Wed + Thu // April 15 + 16 // 8pm

The Green Building

452 Union Street

Brooklyn, NY 11231

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"Alex Springer and Xan Burley find ways to uplift and enlighten with subtle, telepathic duo work or with large groups of dancers, humanizing the audience experience..."

Quinn Batson, offoffoff.com

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