Dance In Frame is a workshop about “why and when” to convey a choreographic idea into a video.
What justifies taking dance out of the theater, and into the camera; when does one’s concept ask for the language of video making;
what are the tools available in video that would not only facilitate the work, but demand that the work be made specifically for the screen.
“We also discuss if screen dance is exploring similar concepts of live dance, movement and choreography, or if it is a new conversation.”
OPEN to dancers, performers, video makers, photographers or anyone interested in this process.
Bring any video or filming device, camera, i-phone, i-pad, etc.
Chamecki/Lerner is a 25-year collaboration between Rosane Chamecki and Andrea Lerner, creating a body of work that includes dance performances, video and installation pieces. Their performance work has been presented in the US by The Kitchen, DRW, the Joyce Theater, Performance Space 122, Central Park SummerStage, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, Mass MoCA, Diverseworks, Jacob’s Pillow, and American Dance Festival. They have toured extensively throughout Brazil as well as Canada, Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Portugal, The Netherlands, UK, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Finland and Romania.
Workshop participants will receive one complimentary ticket to PDP Presents DANCE UP CLOSE
Dance/Video performance March 18 or 19, 2020 at FringeArts.