• Collaboration in the age of multimedia art

    Hey everyone, This time I wanted to talk about my views on collaboration and how it applies to our residency with Freya at CounterPulse. So let’s start by dumping some ideas. Collaboration to me… is about communicating is about the work/project not individuals is also the individuals enjoying is the process of getting multiple people involved […]

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  • A colleague of mine, Katharine Hawthorne, came to our recent work-in-progress showing and asked me a few questions about the work. Below is our interview that discusses why I am making a musical and how working during CounterPulse’s construction has influenced the piece: Interview: Liz Tenuto/Dance and a Half This Year is Different: A Self-Help […]

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  • As part of the pilot CounterPulse Performance and Technology Combustible — a residency model for artists collaborating with creative technologists— we hosted two work-in-progress labs last week for participating artists: Capacitor with collaborator Zach Howard, and Dohee Lee with collaborator Donald Swearingen. Dohee Lee and Donald Swearingen were first to show their work. Dohee is […]

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  • BROTHERS By Martin Schwartz These are impressions by playwright/theater director Martin Schwartz about the Work in Progress showing we presented a month before the show opened. A hot Sunday a few weeks ago, March 30. I walk the block and a half from where I live to CounterPULSE for a work-in-progress showing of Homo File. […]

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  • On Friday, March 21st,  our Winter 2014 Artists in Residence will be joined by four experts who will discuss the larger themes both works have in common. About the panelists: Susan Maxwell, Mental Health Expert – Susan Maxwell works as a Clinical Psychologist employed in the Posttraumatic Stress Disorders Clinic at the San Francisco Veterans Affairs […]

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  • It has been an intensive residency for the past five months at CounterPULSE, beginning from November of last year up until now. From the first stages of research to the exploration of movement and recently the presentation of three works-in-progress performances, now Silenced has reached its final stage. These five months of discovery and inspiration […]

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