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Oakland City Hall & Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Oakland CA, USA
Oakland residents and artists create together SPACES, a site-specific participatory work, leading to a series of performances at the beautiful Oakland City Hall and Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, that ultimately give a glimpse into one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse cities in the US.
An Immersive Re-Imagining of Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard (work-in-progress)
We Will Return in the Spring delves into Chekhov’s iconic work The Cherry Orchard through an interdisciplinary approach that blends theater, movement, music, installation, and audience immersion.
Festival Les Traversées du Marais, Hôtel de Sully, Paris, 2019
Château de Belloy Saint Leonard, Picardie, 2018
Festival Les Traversées du Marais, Hôtel de Sully, Paris, France
Excerpts of the work were presented as part of the festival Les Traversées du Marais at the Hôtel de Sully in the heart of Le Maris in Paris.
Château de Belloy Saint Leonard, Picardie, France
The work's first developmental residency took place in November 2018 at the Château de Belloy-Saint-Léonard in Picardie, France, where We Will Return in the Spring will premiere.
The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA, USA & Cubbon Park Metro Station, Bangalore, India
An interactive multimedia installation and performance that blends technology and the arts into a participatory experience about data privacy, DATAPRINT: THE INSTALLATION premieres on 22-23 September 2018 simultaneously in San Jose, CA, USA and Bangalore, India.
Harlem Arts Festival, New York NY, USA
An immersive storytelling performance at Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church in Harlem. At the heart of the work, local Harlem residents recount personal stories about the place they call home. SPACES: Harlem combines storytelling with dance, theater, music, and video to invite audiences to experience intimate moments from Harlem’s past.
La Guardia Performing Arts Center, Queens NY, USA
Living Altar is a multi-disciplinary performance piece honoring the lives of individuals killed in conflict, whether military or civilian, and regardless of origin, gender, religion, status, or profession. A work-in-progress showing was presented at the LaGuardia Performing Arts Center in New York City on 23-24 May 2017.
Cubbon Park Metro Station, Bangalore, India
The first iteration of DATAPRINT was developed in partnership with students at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Bangalore, India, and was featured in a work-in-progress presentation at the Cubbon Park Metro Station in the center of Bangalore, as part of The Festival of Stories in December 2016.
OuiShare Fest, Paris, France