An arts spectacle. Live music, dance, film, spoken word and visual artists Kevin Draper and Lora Robertson. Two weeks in Tribeca, May 9 - 21/2024. Satellite Collective presents Satellite Tribeca, 101 Reade St., Tribeca, New York
Satellite brings the athletic performance of their performing arts into a gallery space and brings along two giant mascot blimps.
SITE SPECIFIC DANCE
BODYSONNET’S "please come alone” created and performed live by Moscelyne ParkeHarrison and Mio Ishikawa
A series of solo dance performances exploring what it means to be alone and to come together. Tickets, $20.
GIANT PRINTS ON CANVAS & PHOTOGRAPHS ON METAL
Kevin Draper and Lora Robertson and New York premiere of Sad Blimp Twins
Draper shows giant prints on paper and canvas created with aerospace software.
Robertson shows pre-Raphealite inspirations in equisitely lit digital tableux and full body portraits.
SPOKEN WORD w/PIANO AND ACCORDION BY STELTH ULVANG OF THE LUMINEERS
NYC Debut UPSTREAM w/creator-performers Will Healy and George Meyer
Stelth Ulvang premieres "The Heartbeats of Stars, In Which Aliens Love Louis Armstron," inspired by Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan's data capture of love that left our galaxy on Voyager's gold record. This performance is a meditation on the many orbits in two lives, and the many points of intersection between them that may seem chaotic but translate in ways that can be shared across sound, music, and story, as a fabric of meaning with a common language of wavelengths.
And 2023 Leonard Bernstein Award Winner Will Healy debuts Violin-Piano duo Upstream with George Meyer, performing a live program of co-compositions for piano, cello, viola, violin, drawing from bluegrass, hip-hop, and jazz.
BALLET SCORE FOR STRINGS PREMIERE & NEW INDIE CLASSICAL
New York Premiere of "Liar Lear King" ballet score for strings by Ellis Ludwig-Leone. Performed live, with a perfomance of his "Past Life" for violin, cello, and piano.
And three compositions by Will Healy, 2023 Leonard Bernstein Award Winner and Founder, SHOUTHOUSE. "Root Position", "Chimes", "Mariners" performed live with violin, viola, cello, and piano.
Filmmaker’s Symposium: “Adventures in Film Funding” and a Sneak Preview of "Liar Lear King" Animated Short
The toughest, wildest, and least talked-about challenge of independent filmmaking is finding the money. Registration required.
ART PANEL w/FILM AND LIVE BALLET
An arts discussion, “The New York of Gordon Matta-Clark: Alive in the City Today” How can engaging in a dialogue with an artist of the past inspire new work that addresses our present moment? Hosted by Jessamyn Fiore, Co-Director, Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark, and Paul Amenta, Founder, SITE:LAB.
With Feature Performance: “Central Park, Earlier In Time," choreography by Norbert De La Cruz III, score by Aaron Severini, visuals by Kevin Draper in collaboration with the Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark. Registration required.
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