Given by Joanna Kotze, Molly Lieber, Wally Cardona and composer Jonathan Bepler.
“After six years of travel (dancing on dirt, concrete, living room carpets and pagoda tiles), a return to the dance studio. Time spent emptying, waiting and doing what seemed like nothing…now an offering on the way, in the black box.” – W.C.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Wally Cardona is a choreographer/dancer/teacher living in Brooklyn. His work has been presented in the Americas, Europe and Asia, and commissioned by Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Joyce Theater, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, The Kitchen, EMPAC and others. Awards include the Doris Duke Performing Artist Award; Asian Cultural Council Fellowship; John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship; NYFA Fellowship; Creative Capital; and a New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award. Recent residencies include Krannert Center’s Reflection Time Residency; LMCC’s Extended Life Dance Development, Robert Rauschenberg/Danspace Project’s Captiva Residency; Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s Creative Exchange Lab; and Vermont Performance Lab.