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Saturday, July 22 & Sunday, July 23 at 7pm & 9pm Carr Studio, Durham School of the Arts
Performance: 60 minutes
JENNIFER NUGENT/PAUL MATTESON
NOTE THE SELF (PART I)
Choreography & Performance by Jennifer Nugent & Paul Matteson Original Score played live by Ted CoffeyLighting by David Ferri Jennifer Nugent and Paul Matteson have been collaborating since 1999. Their current duet draws from a history of coming together and falling apart. Special thanks to Jodee Nimerichter and the American Dance Festival for this time in the studio.Note the Self has received support from New York Live Arts at Live Artery, The Bates Dance Festival, Amherst College, and The School for Contemporary Dance and Thought in Northampton, MA.
ECSTERIORITY4 (PART 2) Choreography & Direction by Kimberly BartosikPerformed by Dylan Crossman, Burr Johnson, andJamie ScottLighting Design by Roderick MurraySound Design by Kimberly Bartosik with excerpts from Untitled by Animal CollectiveKimberly is deeply thankful to Jodee Nimerichter for presenting her work in Kimberlys home state of NC for the first time! Thank you to ADF staff Shannon, Sarah, and Chris for your extraordinary support. Special thanks to David Ferri for building our wall and your expert problem solving! Personal thanks to Kimberlys family for being here and cheering us on.Ecsteriority4 (Part 2) is a project within my Ecsteriority series (2008-ongoing). Ecsteriority4 (Part 2) premiered at Abrons Arts Center in May 2015 followed by tours to The Yard, MASS MoCA, as a co-presentation with Jacobs Pillow, and Dance Place.Ecsteriority4 (Part 2) was made possible, in part, with support from FUSED: (French/US Exchange in Dance), supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the French-American Cultural Exchange; Herberger Institute of Design and the Arts at Arizona State University; the Center for Performance Research Mellon Residency program; commissioning funds from Abrons Art Center; and the generosity of private donors.
ABOUT THE ARTISTSJENNIFER NUGENT & PAUL MATTESON
JENNIFER NUGENT danced with the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company from 2009 to 2014 and David Dorfman Dance from 1999 to 2007 receiving a Bessie award for performance. She has also had opportunities to perform and work intensively with Martha Clarke, Lisa Race, Doug Elkins, Bill Young, Colleen Thomas, Kate Weare, Barbara Sloan, and Dale Andre. Jennifers teaching and dancing is inspired by all her teachers and mentors, most profoundly by her time working, performing with, and learning from Daniel Lepkoff, Wendall Beavers, Gerri Houlihan, David Dorfman, Bill T. Jones, Janet Wong, Wendy Woodson, and Patty Townsend. Her choreography and duet collaborations with Paul Matteson have been presented in New York City and throughout the US. She teaches regularly in NYC and abroad and has been a guest artist at numerous universities and dance festivals including the American Dance Festival, the Bates Dance Festival, and SaltDanceFest. PAUL MATTESON is a Bessie award performer whose research explores methods for generating inventive personal movement within collaborative choreography. His duets with Jennifer Nugent have been presented in NYC by Danspace Project, Symphony Space, and Dance Theater Workshop. Paul was a member of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company from 2008 to 2012. He has also worked with David Dorfman Dance, Lisa Race, Terry Creach, Peter Schmitz, Neta Pulvermacher, and many others. Paul recently taught at Amherst College and Mount Holyoke College and is a 2014 Massachusetts Cultural Council Award recipient in choreography. He recently moved back to New York City and begins teaching at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia this fall. TED COFFEY makes acoustic and electronic chamber music, interactive installations, and songs. His work has been presented in concerts and festivals across North America, Europe, and
Asia, at such venues as Judson Church, The Knitting Factory, Roulette, Symphony Space, and Lincoln Center (NYC), The Lab, New Langton Arts, Zellerbach Hall, and The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (SF), Wolf Trap and The Kennedy Center (DC), the Korean National University of the Arts (Seoul), The Carre Theatre (Amsterdam), and ZKM (Karlsruhe, Germany). His writings on aesthetics and politics in the performing arts have been honored with significant awards from the Josephine De Krmn and Andrew C. Mellon Foundations. Coffey studied composition with Jon Appleton, Christian Wolff, Pauline Oliveros, and Paul Lansky, among others, receiving degrees in music from Dartmouth (AB), Mills College (MFA), and Princeton (MFA, PhD). Recordings of his work are available on the Ellipsis Arts, Everglade, Innova, Audition Records, SEAMUS, crackletimesfavor, and EcoSono labels. Coffey is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Virginia, where he teaches courses in composition, music technologies, music aesthetics, and pop.DAVID FERRI (Lighting Designer) has worked with prominent choreographers such as Pina Bausch, Shen Wei, Doug Varone, Yin Mei, Eiko and Koma, Jane Comfort, David Rousseve, Jody Sperling, and Ballet Preljocaj. He has been the Production Manager for the prestigious American Dance Festival since 1996 training upcoming designers in America. He is the recipient of 1987-1988 Bessie award for his design of Doug Varones Straits and a 2000-2001 Bessie award for Sustained Achievement in Lighting Design. Mr. Ferri is the resident Lighting Designer-Technical Director for The Vassar College Dance Department. Mr. Ferri was also resident lighting designer and technical director at PS 122 from 1985 to 1991. Mr. Ferri lives in New York between his travels and projects.
KIMBERLY BARTOSIK/daelaKIMBERLY BARTOSIK/daela has been commissioned by BAM Next Wave Festival (2018), New York Live Arts, Dance Theater Workshop,
Gibney Dance, American Realness, Abrons Art Center, Danspace Project, FIAFs Crossing the Line Festival, The Kitchen, BEAT, La Mama, and Mount Tremper Arts. Her work has toured to Wexner Arts Center (2018), The Yard, Dance Place, American Dance Festival, Festival Rencontres Chorgraphique Internationales de Seine-Saint Denis, Artdanthe Festival, and MASS MoCA/Jacobs Pillow.Bartosik has received support from the MAP Fund, Jerome Foundation, FUSEDFrench-US Exchange in Dance, Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation/USAI, NYFA/BUILD, American Dance Abroad, New Music USA/Live Music for Dance, and Foundation for Contemporary Arts, Grants to Artists and Emergency Grants. Bartosik is a 2017-19 New York Live Arts Live Feed residency artist and a 2017 Dancing Laboratory Residency Artist at the National Center for Choreography at the University of Akron. She was a 2017 Bogliasco Foundation Fellow and was a 2015 Merce Cunningham Fellow and a 2016 Gibney Dance DiP Residence Artist. Other residencies include Jacobs Pillow, NYLAs Studio series, CCN de Franche-Comt Belfort, LMCCs Project Space at Governors Island, The Joyce Theater, Kaatsbaan, Mount Tremper Arts, and LPAC Lab. From 2016 to 2018, Bartosik will be supported by ART: Administrative Resource Team, a capacity-building program of Pentacle.Bartosik danced for the Merce Cunningham Dance Company for 9 years and was awarded a
Bessie award for Artistic Excellence in his work. She received her BFA from UNCSA and MA in 20th Century Art and Art Criticism from The Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Research of the New School University. She was a 2016 Princeton Art Fellowship finalist and has been a guest artist/faculty at Princeton University, SUNY/Purchase, UNCSA, Arizona State University, Colorado College, and The Juilliard School.www.daela.orgDYLAN CROSSMAN (Dancer) grew up in the
south of France, received his BA from the Laban Centre in London, and studied at Burklyn Ballet Theatre (VT). He moved to New York 10 years ago and has worked with many choreographers including Brian Brooks, Wally Cardona, Ellen Cornfield, and Sean Currn. Dylan joined the Merce Cunningham Dance Company in 2009 and danced through the Legacy Tour. Now freelance, Dylan works with Pam Tanowitz, Kimberly Bartosik, Sally Silvers, and Ryan McNamara. He is a faculty member for the Cunningham Trust and SUNY Purchase and is a NYLA associate artist. Dylans company, Crossman Dans(c)e, looks at human behavior in formalism and has shown work at Roulette, La Mama, Abrons Arts Center, The Yard (MA), and Gibney Dance as well as Montpellier (France). Dylan was a 2016 Schonberg Fellow at the Yard and will be showing new work at Abrons in June, thanks to a Jerome Foundation grant. Stay tuned @ www.dylancrossman.orgBURR JOHNSON (Dancer) is a dancer artist based in NYC. He holds a BFA in Dance and Choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University and works with choreographers John Jasperse, Helen Simoneau, Kimberly Bartosik, Christopher Williams, and Shen Wei. At the American Dance Festival he performed in two reconstructions of Laura Deans dances: Tympani (1980/2008) and Infinity (1990/2009). In 2013, he premiered Christopher Williams choreography in Peter Sellars adaptation of Henry Purcells opera The Indian Queen. In 2016, he premiered Gustavo Ramirez Sansanos choreography in James Darrahs version of Pietro Mascagnis opera Iris. He has also worked for Walter Dundervill, Ryan McNamara, Yozmit, Mark Fell, Isabel Lewis, and Jack Ferver. His choreographic work has been presented through Movement Research at Judson Church, Underexposed at Dixon Place, OneArmRed, Elizabeth Dee Gallery, Spoke-the-Hub, Emergency Glitter at Abrons Art Center, Jose Bienvenu Gallery, Danspace Project, and New York Live Arts. He has guest taught
at Henrico Center for the Arts, Philadelphia University of the Arts pre-college progra