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Movement Research Artists-in-Residence at Center for Performance Research

Laurel Atwell

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Kim Brandt

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Angie Pittman

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Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal

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Alexandra Tatarsky

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Kate Watson-Wallace

8:00pm – 10:00pm
March 27, 2018
FREE
1:43am – 1:43am
Monday, June 1, 2020

2016 Movement Research Artists-in-Residence present work at CPR’s Performance Studio Open House with work by Laurel Atwell, Kim Brandt, Angie Pittman, Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal, Alexandra Tatarsky, and Kate Watson-Wallace.

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Laurel Atwell

Since 2008, Laurel Atwell has been living in Brooklyn and making work that has recently become more interdisciplinary during her research conducted as a 2016 Movement Research Artist in Residence. Her work has been presented at Abrons Arts Cente...
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Kim Brandt

Kim Brandt's work has been presented by MoMA/PS1, MCA Chicago, The Kitchen, SculptureCenter, Pioneer Works, The Shed, Issue Project Room, Artists Space, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery and AVA Gallery, among others. Her work has been supported by...
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Angie Pittman

Angie Pittman is a New York based Bessie award-winning dance artist, dance maker, and dance educator. Her work has been performed at The Kitchen, Gibney Dance(Invocation, Proclamation, Manifesto), BAAD! (BlaktinX Performance Series), Movement Re...
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Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal

Kristopher K.Q. Pourzal is a mixed artist living around NYC since 2014. His solo performance work has been presented and/or commissioned by GIBNEY, Danspace Project, Roulette, Dixon Place, AUNTS, Center for Performance Research, and Brooklyn Art...
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Alexandra Tatarsky

Alexandra Tatarsky is from New York City. Called “a hilarious, finely tuned absurdist” (Theatre Jones) and “an East Village relic” (Vogue), she experienced fleeting fame as Andy Kaufman’s daughter and often performs as a mound of dirt. Her solo ...
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Kate Watson-Wallace

Kate Watson-Wallace is an artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work has been funded by the Map Fund, Doris Duke Foundation, Independence Foundation and Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. She is a Pew Fellow in Choreography. She has toured internat...
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