Performance Works NorthWest presents
the Alembic Artist Series
2 artists each weekend
Our four Alembic Artists have been in residence at Performance Works NorthWest since January, researching, dancing, vocalizing, creating video, brainstorming, and sharing ideas and snippets of work with each other. They are now ready to share work-in-development with a larger circle of people.
Weekend Two: Adrianna Audoma and
Friday and Saturday at 8pm
Sunday at 5pm (also livestreamed—> LINK HERE
Tickets: Sliding Scale starting at $12
$5 Arts for All available for Oregon Trail Card holders
Adrianna Audoma + dancers
A small window into an exploration of space, bodies, and sound performance.
Jae Seung Hancock
Adrianna Audoma is an emerging contemporary choreographer based in Portland, Oregon. With 20 years of dance experience, ranging from formal, classical training to various improvisational studies, she is continually curious about the body in motion and places of extremity. She tends to play with contradictions and complements within the body and how the physical reality of our space shapes this interplay. She is influenced by her time in Jerusalem, honesty, videogames, family secrets, chaos, and children.
Adrianna has been a collaborative member of Tongue Dance Project since 2014 and is currently an instructor at Steps PDX.
The Moon Underneath
A performance by Pepper Pepper with musician Matt Katz
The Moon Underneath is chthonic storytelling, songs, and dance. This is a work-in-progress and there will be a moment of strobe lighting.
Pepper Pepper creates performances, videos, and drawings. Thepepperpepper.com
Originally from Brooklyn NY, Matt Katz has been producing, writing, and creating music since 1997. Matt has toured with bands throughout the US and beyond playing keyboards and has served as co-writer, arranger, and backing vocalist who of course has handled so many tambourines. Also a seasoned instructor, he is 20 years into teaching piano, voice, and composition private instruction.