He's in a Great Place!

BMW Tate Live: Performance Room 
Tate Modern
Thursday 27 February 2014, 20.00

Director/Writer: Cally Spooner
Choreographer: Adam Weinert
Opera SingerVeronika Benning
Dancers: Sonia Garcia, Lisa Miramond, Zoé Courel
Featuring: Laura McLean-Ferris
Composer: Peter Joslyn
Costumes: Malene List Thomsen
Stage set: Giles Round
Production assistance: Edd Hobbs

Devised with Rhiannon Drake, Helen Hart, Jenny Minton, Piya Malik, Rebecca Thorn and Chloé Turpin

And You Were Wonderful, On Stage was commissioned by and developed in collaboration with: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Performa 13, New York; and Tate Modern, London through an ongoing conversation with Annie Godfrey Larmon.  With thanks to Fondation d’entreprise Galeries Lafayette, Paris

BMW Tate Live is curated by Catherine Wood, Curator, Contemporary Art andPerformance, Tate and Capucine Perrot, Assistant Curator, Tate Modern.  BMW Tate Live is a partnership between BMW and Tate, which focuses on performance, interdisciplinary art and curating digital space.


Knockout

Director: Zia Anger
Choreographer: Adam Weinert
Producer: Miles Joris-Peyrafitte
Executive Producer: Brian Sampson
Art Direction: Caiti Hawkins
Eye Assistant: Annie Bielski
Editors: Lucy Munger and Miles Joris-Peyrafitte
Color Correction: Joseph Mastantuono

Dancers: Cynthia Koppe and Davon Rainey

Extras: Jessica Puglisi, Kenji Suzuki, Robert Caldwell, Karen Schoemer, Laetitia Hussain, Annie Bielski, Eve Alpert, Scott Kellerhouse, Tess Boris-Schacter, Kasra Kurt

Knockout from the album In the Hollows


Hi-Five

Directed By: Zia Anger

Producer/AD: Miles Joris-Peyrafitte
Cinematography: Ashley Connor
Choreography: Adam Weinert
Art Direction: Caiti Hawkins
Grip and Electric: Danny April
Associate Producer: Samuel Baumel
PA: David Britton
Hair and Makeup: H. Weinstein 
Additional Talent: Jim Steele



Match Box Dances

Match Box Dances is a short, four-part dancefilm shot on the streets, sidewalks and loading docks of DUMBO, one of New York’s most quickly changing neighborhoods. The product of an inter-disciplinary collaboration, Match Box Dances is a snapshot of ongoing investigations of portraiture in dance on camera. The project explores the intersection of public, private and personal gestures, while employing a creative and technical regard to immediacy similar to that of an instant Polaroid: The content, creation and production arise necessarily ‘of-the-moment’, and produce an artifact that functions as both document and art object.

Please visit www.matchboxdances.com to learn more.