Tag: Nathan H.D.

  • July 18, 20, 22 || Linda Austin: 3 miles of possible (the first 2 miles)

    July 18, 20, 22 || Linda Austin: 3 miles of possible (the first 2 miles)

    PWNW Artistic Director Linda Austin presents Mile 2 of her ongoing project “3 miles of possible.” In a work whose length is measured by distance, Austin animates and travels along a series of spatial paths envisioned as giant drawings, spells,and/or runes. These paths are threaded through with a variety of movement scores, choreographies, tasks, interactions with objects, guest artists, texts, songs, and sound compositions.

  • ALEMBIC PARENT RESIDENCY 2022: Request for Proposals DUE FEB 7

    ALEMBIC PARENT RESIDENCY 2022: Request for Proposals DUE FEB 7

    PWNW || LAD invites parent artists from Oregon or Washington, working in original and contemporary time-based performance, whose work engages a strong movement, body or dance-based component, to apply for the our inaugural Alembic Parent Residency in the summer of 2022. One artist will be selected.

  • ALEMBIC RESIDENT ARTIST COHORT #9

    ALEMBIC RESIDENT ARTIST COHORT #9

    We are excited to welcome Adrianna Audoma, Blue McCall, dee bustos, and Pepper Pepper, all beginning their Alembic Artist Residency in 2022! The vital work of our resident artists always inspires and nourishes us and—we look forward to our space becoming energized by this phenomenal group during 2022.

  • December 2021 Newsletter

    December 2021 Newsletter

    “It is necessary to leave room for utopia regardless of whether it ever arrives.” —Paul B. Preciado, Artforum, “When Statues Fall.” Dear PWNW friends and supporters, What joy I felt performing a work-in-progress for you this fall—and in person!

  • RFP || ALEMBIC RESIDENCY #9

    RFP || ALEMBIC RESIDENCY #9

    PWNW || LAD invites artists working in original and contemporary time-based performance, whose work engages a strong movement, body or dance-based component, to apply for the Alembic Resident Artist Program. 

  • OCT 17-NOV 2 || Linda Austin || 3 miles of possible (the first mile)

    OCT 17-NOV 2 || Linda Austin || 3 miles of possible (the first mile)

    Linda Austin presents the first mile of 3 miles of possible , a durational solo exploring the poetic and practical associations of “the possible” in a world of fluctuating personal, material, political and artistic contingencies.

  • FALL 2021 EVENTS

    FALL 2021 EVENTS

    Performance Works NW is back this Fall with a live performance by PWNW’s Linda Austin as well as works through our Public Access Program.

  • AUG 13-14 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ MAURA CAMPBELL-BALKITS

    AUG 13-14 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ MAURA CAMPBELL-BALKITS

    An absurdist slapstick work-in-progress featuring Mo, a silent clown character, tasked with creating a performance for other humans to laugh at. Set in motion by sound, lights, props, and comedic expectation, Mo finds herself in a performative cycle of achievement and failure, tension and release, fast and slow, connection and disconnection, and so on and so forth

  • JULY 16 + 17 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ maximiliano || SOLD OUT

    JULY 16 + 17 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ maximiliano || SOLD OUT

    PATER_CIDA performance (™) a multimedia mythos Moons Break Orbits Engineered, Yet Illegitimate Displays Terraforming Legacy Assumption Denied Heat Death Of The Universe Soon We’ll All Be ———

  • JULY 23 + 24 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ MARISSA RAE NIEDERHAUSER

    JULY 23 + 24 ║ ALEMBIC ARTIST SERIES ║ MARISSA RAE NIEDERHAUSER

    In ‘Here nor There’ a limited capacity audience is given the choice to observe the artist “Here”, dancing in the theater space live while casting sharp shadows on the wall behind her, or “there” in the back garden where the shadow play is projected from a live feed in an intimate open air cinema. The audience can move between the two spaces as they like.

  • JULY 30 + 31 ║ APOGEE ║ HANNAH KRAFCIK + EMILY JONES || SOLD OUT

    JULY 30 + 31 ║ APOGEE ║ HANNAH KRAFCIK + EMILY JONES || SOLD OUT

    “apogee” is a sci-fi inspired multi-sensory stim—a personal reflection on the ways our own sensitive systems intertwine with surroundings, how they collapse time, find order, glitch and regulate. It was developed holding neurodiverse experiences in mind and includes video, sound, text, and movement collected and arranged over the course of the pandemic.

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