Felicia Ballos


Saturday March 21
1pm - 5pm
&
Sunday March 22
1pm - 5pm
(it is suggested to attend both days. the price is the same for one day or two. you can come to day one without day two, but you may not want come to day two without coming to day one)
at BARN
$15
cash only

Workshop Description:

TRUST ME

day one (sat march 21)
we will meet at BARN at 1:00 and then from there you will
enter the zone of pure where-you-need-to-be-for-your-body-and
-your-mind-and-your-molecular-system-your-aura-soul-creative-physical-loving-connection.

day two (sat march 21)
we will meet at BARN and deal with the day before.

repondez s'il vous plait to feliciaanastasia@gmail.com by 3/19

Bio:

Born and raised a ballerina in Missouri, Felicia Ballos is now a Brooklyn based artist making dances. Studies with the Alexander Technique, the Trisha Brown Company, Kung Fu, and Min Tanaka on his farm are what largely inform her body. Her work focuses on the experience of the inevitable nature that reveals itself purely through the capricious gaps in the attempts towards order. Ballos' collaborative projects, performances and installations have been presented in art galleries, theaters, in forests, and other public spaces throughout New York City, at Art Basel in Miami, and internationally in France, Japan, Morocco, and Belgium. Ballos has an ongoing collaboration with Flora Wiegmann, and has worked within many other influential partnerships including those with Richard Aldrich, Biba Bell, Anna Craycroft, Katie Eastburn, Nancy Garcia, Amy Granat, Montgomery Knott, Robert McNeill, and Mark Morgan. As a performer, Ballos has toured with MGM GRAND and has danced for Heather Kravas, Jmy Leary, Stanley Love, Mika Rottenberg, WIL SWANSON/DANCEWORKS, and White Oak Dance Theater. Ballos is a founding member of Cinema Zero and teaches Kung Fu at The Chinese Kung Fu - Wu Su Association.