GPS Chats: Interdisciplinary Performance Practices in Intercultural Contexts
August 5, 2022
Movement Research, New York, NY
This in-person GPS Chats features an introduction to and conversation between a group of artists and cultural producers who are participating in the 2022 International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium Residency in upstate New York (August 6-11) and Interdisciplinary Arts Lab at Movement Research (August 12 & 13). Featuring GPS-supported artists Sahar Damoni (Palestine), Ivana Ivković (Croatia), Cosmin Manolescu (Romania), and Ana Sofrenovic (Serbia), with residency and lab founder and lead facilitator Peter Sciscioli (USA) and moderator Marýa Wethers (USA).
[Virtual] Festival | GPS Chats: International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium (Mexico, North Macedonia, USA)
Hadar Ahuvia, Ursula Eagly, Martin Lanz Landazuri, Arely Landeros,
Peter Sciscioli, Iskra Sukarova, Tatyana Tenenbaum
January 30, 2021
Hosted by Movement Research, New York, NY
A roundtable discussion moderated by Marýa Wethers about the state of the arts during Covid times in each of the speakers’ home countries, as well as reflections on their participation in the first online residency of the International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium which took place in August 2020. Each of the artists also has a unique relationship with Movement Research as GPS or MRX supported artists, MR AIRs, and/or faculty. They shared their thoughts on visioning for the future, sourcing creativity and embodiment through virtual formats (or not), the relevance of artistic practice during these times and how they each have maintained a sense of connection. Download and view the accessible PDF program HERE.
GPS Chats at Movement Research
August 27, 2019
New York, NY
Featuring Peter Sciscioli (New York, USA) in conversation with Iskra Sukarova (Skopje, North Macedonia), Ivana Ivcović (Zagreb, Croatia), Agnieszka Mendel (Wygnanowice, Poland), and other participants from the IIAC residency and Moving Arts Lab at Earthdance. Moderated by Marýa Wethers, Director of International Initiatives at Movement Research.
GPS/ Global Practice Sharing Chats offers GPS artists and cultural producers an informal platform to discuss their work in the independent contemporary dance sector within their cultural contexts and the influence of international exchange on the development of their practices.
Dialogue Session during Moving Arts Lab 2014
July 18, 2014
Earthdance, Plainfield, MA
With past residency participants and the community on questions of what is meant when speaking about "interdisciplinary" performance, its role in education, and working with presenters and funders as advocates for this work.
What we talk about when we talk about Interdisciplinarity
A round table discussion
August 27, 2013
New York Live Arts (NYLA), New York, NY
Fresh from the Moving Arts Lab 2013, members of the first annual International Interdisciplinary Artists Consortium (IIAC) shared their discoveries and led a discussion in the art of interdisciplinary creation, performance and education. Moderated by curator Peter Sciscioli and NYLA's Suitcase Fund Project Director Marya Weathers, with panelists Ana Sofrenovic (Belgrade, Serbia), Ursula Eagly (New York), Iskra Sukarova (Skopje, Macedonia), Daniel Han (Wroclaw, Poland), Guillaumarc Froidevaux (Wroclaw, Poland), Ben Spatz (Brooklyn), Maximilian Balduzzi (Brooklyn), Krista DeNio (Northampton), and Martín Lanz Landázuri (Mexico City).