Aug 26, 27, 28 Tues, Weds & Thurs 12-2pm
In It: Class description
This class eases into what’s in the room, acknowledging and working with what’s there—that includes the pragmatic situation at hand and the inherent mystery of how we all arrived at this place in time and everything that has informed that arrival. I’ll cull from what I naturally do in my rehearsal process—prepare, move, look, write and talk, and will gently transpose my current choreographies and their attendant processes, Fear in Porcelain and Sister to a Fiend, to In It to heighten our sensitivity and awareness of how we engage in the fundamental and profound activities of moving, seeing and articulating feedback.
Sam Kim has been making and performing in dances since the mid-90s. Her work has been presented and commissioned by The Kitchen, New York Live Arts, Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project and Performance Space 122 multiple times, in addition to other progressive venues such as Highways Performance Space (LA), Studio 303 (Montréal), the Unknown Theater (LA), Bryant Lake Bowl Theater (Minneapolis), the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Galapagos Art and Performance Space, JACK and Movement Research, among many others.
Sam's work has been supported by awards from organizations such as the Lucky Star Foundation, the MAP Fund, the Bossak/Heilbron Charitable Foundation, Dance Theater Workshop, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Movement Research and the 92nd St Y Harkness Dance Center. Sam was a Spring 2010 Dance Theater Workshop Outer/Space Creative Resident, a 2007-09 Brooklyn Arts Exchange Dance Artist-in-Residence and a 2004-05 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence.
Sam has been awarded residencies at Movement Research (2013-15), New York Live Arts Studio Series (2013-14), Djerassi Resident Artists Program (2013), Baryshnikov Arts Center (2013, Spring and Fall) and The MacDowell Colony (2012) to develop Fear in Porcelain and Sister to a Fiend. She looks forward to choreographing a new work for Barnard/Columbia Dances at New York Live Arts to premiere November 20-22, 2014. Sam is the recent recipient of the Bogliasco Fellowship for Spring 2015.