Next week there are three opportunities for you to see, hear, and experience 3 Singers!http://www.vimeo.com/97549613
BREATH, BODY, and VOICE with Fides Krucker
Exploring the physical and practical embodiment of the voice
Friday, July 11 from 6PM-9PM
Saturday, July 12 from 1PM-6PM
1771 Greenleaf Ave, Chicago, IL (Rogers Park)
Accessible by Morse Red Line and #22 Clark Bus
Street parking available (metered)
Revised and Revisited as part of 19th annual The New Genres Festival, a two week interdisciplinary festival of visual and performing arts from around the United States. In addition to installing and performing, she also be leading workshops in interdisciplanry performance devising and excavating personal narrative for performance.
February 24th & 25th @ Living Arts, Tulsa Oklahoma
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In collaboration with Rachel Damon/Synapse Arts and The Space/Movement Project, Erica received a MetLife New Audiences Grant to show the first phase of her research into the cultural archetypes of Cowboys and Vikings. Performers Bryan Saner, Blake Russell, Chris Knowlton and Mauren Bizcutt Avant Garde will perform Four Walls, Five Gaits, Fourteen Knots as part of a triple bill evening entitled Receiver, at the Dance Center Columbia College, Chicago… Read more
This spring the Dance Center will present works from five companies with women at the helm. From varying generations and backgrounds, this discussion will explore the experiences of female creators in the performance world.
Panelists: Margaret Jenkins, Naomie Kremer, Rachel Damon (Synapse Arts), Erica Mott (Erica Mott Productions), and representatives from The Space/Movement Project
Erica will participate in Arte No Es Facil, a festival linking contemporary Cuban and American artists in unique collaborations. Erica will perform in conversation with fashion designer, Yali Ramagoza Sanchez combining two different solo performances (Mott’s Revised and Revisited and Sanchez’s The Bag Lady) into a collaborative series of wearable installations.
ARTE NO ES FÁCIL is a project based in creating relationships beyond pictures between Cuba and the US … Read more
A performance/lecture in defense of (re)appearance by re[public] in/decency, as part of the 2012 Free Fall Festival.
“Speed is perceived in two ways…as a causing factor of changes of culture and civilization and as an issue of (de)urbanization, which prepare the ground for new spatial objects and spaces.” -Paul Virilio, Speed and Politics
The historical palimpsest is a manuscript on parchment which has been effaced to make room for … Read more
Thursday,Friday & Saturday at 8pm / Sunday at 7pm October 6 – 9, 2011
Northerly Island Visitor Center,1400 S. Lynn White Drive, Chicago
Tickets are $17/$12 Students. Bicyclists receive the $10 discount price – bring your helmet as proof.
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Patriotism and perversity are confused and conflated as six performers, a live musician, and over fifty sculptural objects lead audience members on a roaming performance through one … Read more
Please join The Victory Project as we perform a series of performance installations, solos and trios developed during our research/movement development period. These studies will focus on the female body as a representation of the nation state and victory in art and literature from the… Read more
With the 50’s came a shift of female labor in public facilities to female work within the private nuclear family. The rise of the suburbs brought with them the advent of the merry housewife, full skirts, a-bomb fears, bouffant hair do’s, green Jell-O moulds and warehoused … Read more
Wednesday April 27, 2011 at 8:00 pm
Bryant Lake Bowl, 810 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN 5540
BUY Tickets $6-$12/ Pay What You Can
Produced and hosted by Laurie Van Wieren
Choreographers: Erica Mott (Chicago), Rosy Simas
Named for the modest dimensions of the BLB stage, this exciting dance showcase features unfettered dance exploration. A discussion moderated by choreographer/curator Laurie Van Wieren follows each piece, giving audience and choreographer… Read more