BAX second year Artist in Residence (AIR) Jessie Young will be sharing a glimpse of her new solo work in an Open Studio Share at BAX’s Theater on Saturday, November 19. Tickets are free and a live streaming option is available.
This new piece by dancemaker/choreographer Jessie Young uses words to delve into the chasm between the body and the mouth, the body and the voice. A landscape of expansive storytelling, this capacious performance experiment works to unearth information about the self that has not yet been named, a ghost story about all that has not yet been said. Direction by Iris McCloughan with a conversation with choreographer, dancer and writer Angie Pittman. This show will feature ASL interpretation.
Jessie Young is a Brooklyn-based choreographer, performer and teacher originally from Port Angeles, Washington. She makes dance-based atmospheres and ecologies tuned through organic yet exacting physicality. Her performances are oceanic and panoramic, a slow burn of movement that creates a kind of weather.
Timing and Space Details
This is a live performance in the BAX Theater, which will also be livestreamed for remote access at 7:30 on November 19.
With ASL Interpretation
Please note that the BAX Theater is located on the second and third floors of the building and currently, there is no elevator or ramp. While we are actively working on a permanent solution and are committed to providing a fully ADA compliant space, we are not quite there yet.
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BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a multigenerational arts organization nurturing creative expression and artistic process through education, residencies, and performance at the intersection of arts and social justice.