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Post-Dance 3X3: Devices

Thursday, April 27th 2017

**** MAJA HO****
**** THEA LITTLE ****

>>> DEVICES<>CONFLATE MOTIVATION AND MOTION>>>measurement, transportation, communication and delivery systems, tools and apparati (including bodies, techniques, instruments, symbol systems and other encoded meaning-mines+) directly materialize the matters they measure, transport, attach (+++). Three movement artists perform their own work, detly disabusing us of any remaining subject-object dichotomies while distanciating, operating and defining other (non)human devisions, distances, differences and devices<<<

Pay-what-u-can for the artists at the door
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Thea Little born and bred in NYC, is a performer, choreographer, musician, composer, and director. She has presented her work throughout New York City, in Lakeville, CT, Durham, NC, Roanoke, VA, Los Angeles, CA, Brussels, Belgium, Vienna, Austria, Nancy, France, and London, UK among other cities. Little was a part of The Field Residency in 2012 and The Luncheonette Residency in Sao Paolo, Brazil in 2015. She was also a Fellow with Leimay from 2014 to 2015. She received her BA from Columbia University and her MFA from Hollins University and she was also a student at the School of American Ballet for six years where she performed in many ballet productions with The New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater, and The Royal Danish Ballet. Little co-Directs and co-Produces a multi-disciplinary, collaborative residency in the Berkshires called IMAR. 

Maja Ho was born and raised in Copenhagen. Parents from Taiwan. She is currently doing a study of memories through observations. She will be moving to Nepal for 7 months to do some volunteer work and climb to the base camp of Mount Everest.

Raquel Mavecq graduated in Comunicação e Artes do Corpo at PUC-SP (Brazil). Through dance, performance art, video, installation and sound, her work understands the body as a catalyst for the micro and macro politics of human relationships.

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