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Dance Film Festival at BkSD w/ Emily Smith and Lucy Kerr

Sat, September 30 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Dance Film Festival at BkSD w/ Emily Smith and Lucy Kerr

(Emily Smith, BkSD Artist in Residence)

Sept. 30  Opening Event

Oct. 14

Oct. 21

Oct. 29

Nov. 4

Nov. 11

Nov. 19

We are interested in destabilizing expectations for a genre while making exciting program that explores the more mysterious and unexamined connections between a diverse group of artists and their work.

In this series we are wondering, what are current dance film artists asking, and how are they creating their work? What kind of spaces exists for these artists to study, discuss, and generate material concerned with the body as it is examined, celebrated, captured, and suspended by the camera while simultaneously being the social, political, existential, physical, ephemeral and fundamental vehicle of all human experience. Everyone has a body, every film moves, for every cinematic experience there is a visceral experience of the body in time, movement is grounded in the persistence of the body in time, and what is cinema if it is not a manipulation, capture, an archive of this.


About the Artist:Emily Smith received her BFA from Alfred University with a major in Fine Arts and a minor in Biology and Dance. Emily (with Laura Smith) co-founded the Six and Four Articulations touring contemporary dance company, which gave dancers and non-dancers space to make and  show work nationally. She was a member of Layla Mrozowski’s ecofriendly “BAAD” Bicycle Awesome Adventure Dance Tour. Emily has participated in works by Steve Paxton at the MOMA, and Ryan McNamara’s MEƎM: in Performa. Emily’s current Contemporary Dance Company is called “NOT for reTALE”, where she designs and creates kinetic sculptures and performance, using materials such as fabric, furniture, light, and metal. She and Elena Rose Light are co-producers of the annual performance series called Fête, in which they produce strong multidisciplinary work in alternative spaces in NY. She also worked as a dancer with the innovative dance company Leimay at “the Cave” in Williamsburg. She performed with Leimay at BAM Fischer. She just opened her own own visual art studio with Julia Helen Murray for project based work and welding lessons. She also currently works as a fabricator at Arcana Metals.

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Sat, September 30
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Venue

Brooklyn Studios for Dance
210 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, 11238 United States
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