This session is open to class participants as well as to anyone interested in a brief experience of Peter Sciscioli‘s approach to voice and LEIMAY’s body conditioning explorations. Peter and Ximena will each share an hour and a half of an aspect of their practice and will engage in physical and oral conversation among each other and with participants. No performance experience is required, this a donation-based LUDUS practice exchange session.

To learn more about Peter Sciscioli’s work, you can also visit www.petersciscioli.com.

Date: Saturday, Nov 19
Time: 10am-2pm
No performance experience is required, this a donation-based (suggested $25) LUDUS practice exchange session. RSVP by clicking through the button below:

Photo by Julieta Cervantes

Photo by Julieta Cervantes

Peter Sciscioli is an interdisciplinary performer, creator, educator, and producer whose work encompasses dance, music, theater and film. Since 1997 he has been creating work with a wide variety of collaborators for concert, site-specific and theater venues throughout the world. In 2012, Sciscioli founded the International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium, a network of artists and producers working across disciplines and cultures. He has performed and taught in countries from Mexico to Macedonia, worked extensively with Meredith Monk, Jane Comfort and Daria Fain, and performed in work by Jonathan Bepler/Matthew Barney, Ping Chong, Susan Marshall and Philip Glass/Mary Zimmerman, among others. www.petersciscioli.com

 

Ximena-Sq-FramedXIMENA GARNICA is an interdisciplinary choreographer, director and artist. Active as a curator and producer. She is the Co Artistic Director at LEIMAY she is part of the dance faculty at P.H.T.S, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. Other teaching credits include master classes and lectures at Denison University, Skidmore College, DeSales University, and Muhlenberg College. She received a B.A. in Theater Arts with a minor in Multimedia Studies from the City College of New York. In 2006 she graduated from Akira Kasai’s Tenshikan Dance Institute in Tokyo. Garnica has been leading a variety of programs at CAVE since the year 2000 including international performance festivals, residencies and training projects.