bodies is an interdisciplinary
performance company co-directed by Kate Watson-Wallace and Jaamil Olawale Kosoko that creates movement installations for galleries, site-based locations, and proscenium stage venues. Drawing upon the traditions of visual art, post-modern dance, site-specific study, conceptual and performance arts, audience participation and public spectacle, anonymous bodies co-directors have won numerous awards, including a 2012 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival LAB Fellowship and a 2007 Pew Fellowship in Choreography. Known
for their creative use of ordinary space, anonymous bodies "has a gift for
making pockets of space feel infinite.
Wild imagination ruled.”
(The New York Times)
Repertoire includes AMERICAN SPACES TRILOGY: STORE, HOUSE, CAR as well as AN AMERICAN CHAMELEON, AN EXPECTATION OF VIOLENCE, and other.explicit.body. Complementary activities include open rehearsals,
post-performance discussions, master
classes, workshops and 1-3 week-long
Photo by: J.J. Tiziou
Performance space 30-feet
wide x 26-feet deep. Wood or marley
floor. Standard lighting plot. CD or iPod
compatible sound system. Call for a
complete list of technical requirements.
Performance fees $2,500-$20,000,
plus expenses. Complementary activities
$200 and up.
Kate Watson-Wallace or Meredith Lyons,
1113 East Montgomery Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19125,