AMIDST (Part 2 of The Painted Bird trilogy)

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AMIDST (Part 2 of The Painted Bird trilogy)

Time: June 23, 2011 at 9pm to June 25, 2011 at 9pm
Location: Baryshnikov Arts Center
Street: Howard Gilman Performance Space, 450 W. 37th Street
City/Town: New York, New York
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Event Type: immersive, live, installation, dance, video
Organized By: Pavel Zustiak
Latest Activity: May 22, 2011

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Teaser: www.thepaintedbird.org/Amidst.mov

Amidst is a site-specific live performance/video installation that focuses on nostalgia as a place of entrapment on a journey "home.” It is the second installment of The Painted Bird Trilogy, a work in three parts choreographed and directed by Pavel Zuštiak. The trilogy's title comes from Jerzy Kosinski’s controversial novel of the same name. Amidst is presented in a fluid theatrical structure, as audiences move freely amidst a sensory immersive installation at the intersection of dance performance and visual art. Haunting, ghostlike images by photographer Robert Flynt interface with the bodies of performers Lindsey Dietz Marchant, Nick Bruder, and Pavel Zuštiak, creating a juxtaposition of past and present, real and virtual, as constant shifting illusions. Amidst features an original score composed and performed live by Christian Frederickson, who is joined by musicians Jason Noble and Ryan Rumery. Amidst lighting and scenic designer is Joe Levasseur, costume designer is Nick Vaughan, with video by Keith Skretch, and dramaturgy by A.P. Andrews

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