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2014-2015 Residencies

November 10–December 7, 2014
Jean Appolon Expressions
Exploring themes of political, social and economic injustice, Jean Appolon Expressions opens the studio for a sneak peek of their new work Angaje. A series of interconnected dances, set to live percussion and Haitian folkloric music, Angaje will react to the recent surge in violence against homosexual young men in the context of contemporary Haiti.

January 12–February 15, 2015
Exploring concepts of interaction and communication in today’s expanding digital world, NY-based dance company, LaneCoArts will premiere The Space Between. The physical convergence of the performers intertwine with a diverse audio landscape of morse code, radio transmissions, television, multimedia technologies and electromagnetic wave formations to explore contrasts in culture and conversation.

June 1–28, 2015
Anna Reyes Dance in collaboration with Tamara Al-Mashouk
The Good Parts of Being Alive explores how outside influences shift the behavior between two people in love. Video and live performance collide when two of Boston’s boldest emerging artists—Anna Reyes, dance & Tamara Al-Mashouk, video art come together. Despite outside factors shaping shared connections, each individual has his/her unique experience in a romantic relationship. During The Good Parts of Being Alive, life mirrors art, when the audience traverses its own unique relationship with the piece as they walk through the Mills Gallery and experience multiple layers of the visual, physical and emotional.

July 6–August 2, 2015
Carey McKinley, dance theatre in collaboration with Carolyn Lewenberg, sculptor
Bittersweet is how life feels from one moment to the next. A shift in perspective, morphing sensations, bitter turned sweet or the other way around, and the all-confounding, both bitter and sweet at once. Choreographer Carey McKinley and sculptor Carolyn Lewenberg will create and ultimately destroy, an environment using bittersweet vines, bodies and moving images.



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