Jessie Gold

Weds, Feb 4th from 2:30-5pm
at the New Museum


Class will begin with a group warm up followed by learning a simple phrase. This phrase will be our movement material to experiment with. We will exercise different ways of performing this material which will be to an “audience” and to a “theoretical audience”. Meaning, to people (participants in the class) and to things (abstract forms). We will focus on how these various shifts in the performer’s perspectives can enhance or transform the material, and bring something out in the performer that was not there prior. By opening up these channels, we will examine how we are relating to an audience and strengthen our performance vocabulary.


As a dancer and an artist, Jessie Gold’s work intersects the avenues of dance, music, experimental image making and performance. Her work has been in art galleries, museums, bars, and on the stage in venues ranging from The Dance Theater Workshop (NY), Danspace Project (NY), AUNTS (NY), the
Kitchen (NY), Canada Gallery (NY), Home Alone 2 (NY), MOCA (Miami), Bas Fisher Invitational (Miami), Basilica Hudson (NY) and MOMA (NY). Gold is a co-owner of Cafe Dancer. She lives and works in New York City.