APRIL 18 & MAY 1
2009Co-produced by ROLL CALL
The Movement Research Spring Festival 09
Saturday April 18, 10am – 11pm
FACTORY consolidates resources for production of custom-made art works
in All media All day long, starting early, making SHIrTs!!! Curators,
artists and audience members are invited to manufacture original
products at work stations designed for cooking, dance-making, screen
printing, bookbinding, video-making, immaterial crafts, and more!!!
All day long! Open participation!RPPP at 59 Jefferson Street, #301
Directions: Take the J train to Broadway Myrtle, exit station, keep Popeye’s Chicken to your left and walk one block up Jefferson Street. Cross Bushwick Ave. and continue to 59 Jefferson.
Take the L train to Morgan. Take Bogart St. exit. Walk uphill on Bogart past Brooklyn Natural market towards Flushing Ave. At Flushing make a right. Continue past Life Cafe and make a left at Evergreen. Walking uphill continue to Jefferson Street. Take a right turn on Jefferson and walk down to the end of the block till you get to 59.
Admission: materials for making the goods! foodstuffs for FACTORY
chefs! (full list at www.auntsisdance.com)MARKET
Friday May 1, 6pm – 12am
At MARKET, FACTORY issued goods, live performances, dvds, projections,
drawings are sold using a Barter System with new paradigm (handmade)
currency based on the cocktail standard!
Grace Exhibition Space at 840 Broadway, 2nd Fl.
Admission: cocktails for the free bar: beer, wine, water, juice, whiskey
FACTORY issued goods by these individuals and more:
Amelia Uzategui Bonilla
Gaku Shinohara & Alex
Anna Sperber & Peter Kerlin
James Petz DJ
AUNTS is readymade!!! Like loft parties, birthdays and DIY punk shows,
AUNTS events occur in ad-hoc, domestic, out-of-doors, the theater and
found spaces. AUNTS events are rigorous; dancers dance, collaborate
and socialize with each other, amateurs, guests, the space, the walls,
energy flow, non-dancers and non-humans. Conventional
audience/performer configurations abound inside a structure of rules
and traditions of performance that are completely decimated. The
audience is boyfriends and lesbians and the dancers. Dance as
liberation against art, regulation, commercialism and itself and those
who practice it!