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KickStarter for Gillam Dance : Andrea Miller Creates New Work: FOLD HERE….

July 25, 2013
Work-in-progress of 'Fold Here'  Credits- Eric Berey

Work-in-progress of ‘Fold Here’ Credits- Eric Berey

Andrea Miller is in the final stretch of creating her most ambitious work to date, Fold Here, premiering in September 2013.

Dancer- Caroline Fermin Credits- Eric Berey

Dancer- Caroline Fermin Credits- Eric Berey

ABOUT FOLD HERE

Fold Here was initially inspired by Raymond Carver’s short story Cathedral, a story in which a blind man asks the narrator to describe a cathedral. In Fold Here our cathedral is the cardboard box.

With an interactive set, video projection, costume design, and sound design, Fold Here is Ms. Miller’s most demanding work to date. The choreographer’s work with the collaborators is leading to new discoveries of the body and the performance space that advance the performance language…

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THE ARTISTIC TEAM

Andrea Miller: Choreographer
Jon Bausor: London-Based Set Designer
Tal Rosner: London-Based Video Artist & Filmmaker
Robert Wierzel: American Lighting Designer
Refik Anadol: Projectionist
Amith Chandrashaker: Assistant Lighting Director
Valerie Oliveiro: Production Manager

GALLIM DANCE COMPANY MEMBERS

Caroline Fermin | Allysen Hooks | Francesca Romo | Daniel Staaf | Emily Terndrup | Austin Tyson | Dan Walczak

Apprentices:

Eric Berey & Matthew Perez

Dancers- Matthew Perez & Emily Terndrup  Credits- Eric Berey

Dancers- Matthew Perez & Emily Terndrup Credits- Eric Berey

HOW YOU CAN HELP…

By making a donation of any amount, you will help me and Fold Here’s collaborators put the important final touches on the work during the Montclair residency and in our Brooklyn home. Your gift will help make it possible for us to:

* Give a Round-Trip Flight from London for our inspired Video Artist Tal Rosner

* Build our set, designed by the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Jon Bausor:

        1) 3 projectors to illuminate the stage with the world of Fold Here

        2) A projection screen to capture the interactive video art and design

        3) A wall of boxes that can withstand the dancers’ impact

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