TRISHA BROWN: IN PLAIN SITE
This film presents excerpts from performances of seminal work by choreographer Trisha Brown, a founding figure of the American modern dance, including "Line Up" (1976), "Watermotor" (1978), "Spanish Dance" (1973), and "Geometry of Silence" (2002). Produced for ICA Miami.
THE DISTANCE IS NOWHERE
A performance created in collaboration between artist Paul Maheke and artist and filmmaker Sophie Mallett. Produced for ICA Miami.
ADAM WEINERT DANCERS:
DANCE OF THE AGES
The Adam Weinert Dancers recreate a seminal 1938 ensemble work by Ted Shawn and His Men Dancers, the first all-male dance company. Weinert’s presentation focused on Shawn’s experimental technique and under-recognized contributions to LGBTQ cultural history. In this full-length filming of the performance, each of the four sections unfolds accompanied by archival audio comments from Ted Shawn. Produced for ICA Miami.
ERIC-PAUL RIEGE: WEAVING DANCE
Excerpts from a 6-hour “weaving dance” performed by Eric-Paul Riege, a New Mexico-based fiber, installation and performance artist. Produced for ICA Miami.
Artist Guadalupe Maravilla performs a sound bath intended to cleanse latent political phobias for all attending. Produced for ICA Miami on the occasion of the artist's exhibition Portals.
HELADO NEGRO: JUNES
Florida-born, Brooklyn-based Helado Negro performs “Junes” at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami during the grand opening of its new building. From the album “Invisible Life” released on Asthmatic Kitty Records. Helado Negro was awarded a United States Fellow in Music in 2019.
SHAMIR: LIVE AT ICA
Shamir performs tracks "In For The Kill," "On The Regular," "Hot Mess," and "Head In The Clouds" at ICA Miami, from the album "Ratchet" released in 2015 on XL Recordings. The performance celebrated exhibitions by Alex Bag and Shannon Ebner.
BAHAMAS JUNKANOO SHAKERS:
MIA RANDOM ACTS OF MUSIC
The Knight Foundation underwrote a series of Random Acts of Culture at the Miami International Airport, featuring the city's most energizing music organizations and groups such as the Bahamas Junkanoo Shakers, rousing passengers and airport workers alike throughout the terminals on a Thursday afternoon.
UNIDOS DE MIAMI SAMBA SCHOOL:
MIA RANDOM ACTS OF MUSIC
The Knight Foundation underwrote a series of Random Acts of Culture at the Miami International Airport, featuring the city's most energizing music organizations and groups such as the Unidos de Miami Samba School, which comandeered the South Terminal's international arrivals hall with an elaborate show and more-than-willing engagement from passengers.