Performances and Exhibitions

 

BAUHAUS DANCES

2015             Temple University Dance Studies Colloquium (film/lecture)

 

2013             The Watermill Center (film/lecture),  Taipei Arts Festival, Taiwan (film)

 

2010             Artissima 17,  International Fair of Contemporary Art, Torino, Italy

Performances: “Figure in Space,” “Space Dance,” “Hoop Dance,”

“Pole Dance.” Oval Pavillion, Lingotto Fiere, Torino.  November 4th & 5th.

 

Chambers Dance Company, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Performances: “Figure in Space,” “Space Dance,” “Hoop Dance,” “Pole Dance.”

October 15 - 17.

 

Integral Salon,  East Hampton, NY.  Presentation and film screening. April  22.

 

2009            Museum of Modern Art, “Bauhaus 1919-1933: Workshops for Modernity.”

Film of the reconstructions, “Oskar Schlemmer’s Bauhaus Dances,”

included in the exhibition. New York, New York.

 

P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, in conjunction with PERFORMA 09

Biennial of Visual Arts Performance, “100 Years (Version 2).”

Film included in the exhibition. Long Island City, New York.

 

2003             Art Director’s Club Gallery, “FAAR Out.” Exhibition of Design Fellows

of the American Academy in Rome (FAAR). Film and photographs of

the reconstructions included. New York, New York.

 

Illinois Institute of Technology, Mies van der Rohe Hall.

Chicago, Illinois. Performance.

 

2002             Alverno College. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Performance.

 

1996             International Festival of Film and Video Dance: Inclusion of the film

of the reconstructions in the first annual American Dance Festival

Dancing for the Camera series.

 

1994            The Bauhaus. Return of Schlemmer’s dances to the Dessau Bauhaus

after sixty five years. Performance in conjunction with the Kurt Weill

Festival. Dessau, Germany.

 

1987            Goethe House. New York, New York. Premiere of 16mm film,

“The Bauhaus Dances of Oskar Schlemmer.”

Directed by Robert Leacock and Debra McCall.

 

Laforet Museum. Tokyo, Japan. Performance.

 

1986            “Oskar Schlemmer.” Performances in conjunction with the exhibition.

Baltimore Museum of Art.  Baltimore, Maryland.

 

Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

IBM Gallery of Science and Art.  New York, New York.

 

Gusman Cultural Center.  Miami, Florida.

 

Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia University Dance Center.  Chicago, Illinois.

 

 

1985            Williams College.  Williams, Massachusetts. Performance.

 

1984            Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, “Kandinsky: Russian and Bauhaus  Years, 1915-1933.”

Premiere of full program of eleven reconstructions.

Performance in conjunction with the exhibition.

 

Goethe House. Atlanta, Georgia. Performance.

 

The Netherlands Tour

Amsterdam, De Meervart Theater

Den Haag, HOT

Eindhoven, Stadsschouwburg

Groningen, Stadsschouwburg

Haarlem, Toneelschur

Rotterdam, Schounburg

Tilburg, Stadsschouwburg

Utrecht, Stadsschouwburg

 

First international Biennale de la Danse.  Lyon, France. Performance.

Teatre des Jeunes et de la Culture. Geneva, Switzerland. Performance.

Alabama Halle. Munich, Germany. Performance.

Walker Art Center.  Minneapolis, Minnesota. Performance.

Washington University, Edison Theater.  St. Louis, Missouri. Performance.

 

 

1983            Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. Performance.

Emelin Theater. Mamaroneck, New York. Performance

 

1982            The Kitchen. New York, New York.

Premiere of seven reconstructions. Performance.

 

2015             Temple University Dance Studies

 Colloquium (film/lecture)

 

2013             The Watermill Center (film/lecture),

                     Taipei Arts Festival, Taiwan (film)

 

2010             Artissima 17,  International Fair of

Contemporary Art, Torino, Italy

Performances: “Figure in Space,”

“Space Dance,” “Hoop Dance,”

“Pole Dance.” Oval Pavillion,

 Lingotto Fiere, Torino.

November 4th & 5th.

 

 Chambers Dance Company,

 University of Washington, Seattle, WA

 Performances: “Figure in Space,”

 “Space Dance,” “Hoop Dance,”

“Pole Dance.”

 October 15 - 17.

 

 Integral Salon,  East Hampton, NY.

 Presentation and film screening. April  22.

 

2009              Museum of Modern Art, “Bauhaus

 Workshops for Modernity.”

 Film of the reconstructions,

 “Oskar Schlemmer’s Bauhaus Dances,”

included in the exhibition. New York, New York.

 

 P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center,

 in conjunction with PERFORMA 09

 Biennial of Visual Arts Performance,

 “100 Years (Version 2).”

 Film included in the exhibition.

 Long Island City, New York.

 

2003             Art Director’s Club Gallery, “FAAR Out.”

Exhibition of Design Fellows

of the American Academy in Rome

 (FAAR). Film and photographs of

 the reconstructions included.

 New York, New York.

 

 Illinois Institute of Technology,

 Mies van der Rohe Hall.

 Chicago, Illinois. Performance.

 

2002             Alverno College. Milwaukee,

 Wisconsin. Performance.

 

1996             International Festival of Film and

 Video Dance: Inclusion of the film

 of the reconstructions in the first

 annual American Dance Festival

 Dancing for the Camera series.

 

1994             The Bauhaus. Return of Schlemmer’s

 dances to the Dessau Bauhaus

 after sixty five years.

 Performance in conjunction with the Kurt Weill

 Festival. Dessau, Germany.

 

1987             Goethe House. New York, New York.

 Premiere of 16mm film,

 “The Bauhaus Dances of Oskar Schlemmer.”

 Directed by Robert Leacock and Debra McCall.

 

 Laforet Museum. Tokyo, Japan. Performance.

 

1986            “Oskar Schlemmer.” Performances

 in conjunction with the exhibition.

 Baltimore Museum of Art.  Baltimore, Maryland.

 

  Walker Art Center. Minneapolis, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

 

 IBM Gallery of Science and Art.  New York, New York.

 

 Gusman Cultural Center.  Miami, Florida.

 

 Art Institute of Chicago and Columbia

 University Dance Center.  Chicago, Illinois.

 

1985              Williams College.  Williams, Massachusetts. Performance.

 

1984            Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum,

“Kandinsky: Russian and Bauhaus  Years, 1915-1933.”

Premiere of full program of eleven reconstructions.

Performance in conjunction with the exhibition.

 

Goethe House. Atlanta, Georgia. Performance.

 

The Netherlands Tour

Amsterdam, De Meervart Theater

Den Haag, HOT

Eindhoven, Stadsschouwburg

Groningen, Stadsschouwburg

Haarlem, Toneelschur

Rotterdam, Schounburg

Tilburg, Stadsschouwburg

Utrecht, Stadsschouwburg

 

First international Biennale de la Danse.

Lyon, France. Performance.

Teatre des Jeunes et de la Culture.

Geneva, Switzerland. Performance.

Alabama Halle. Munich, Germany. Performance.

Walker Art Center.  Minneapolis,

Minnesota. Performance.

Washington University, Edison Theater.

St. Louis, Missouri. Performance.

 

 

1983            Cornell University. Ithaca, New York. Performance.

Emelin Theater. Mamaroneck, New York. Performance

 

1982            The Kitchen. New York, New York.

Premiere of seven reconstructions. Performance.