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We are pleased to host homeLA's fourth installment of performance organized by Rebecca Bruno!!!
ELYSE REARDON-JUNG // BRIAN GETNICK // SELEN ERMANAV // MARCUS HERRING // EMILY MARCHAND // ALEXX SHILLING // MILKA DJORDJEVICH // LIBBY BUCHANAN // MAK // KATE GILBERT // SARAH LEDDY // HANA VAN DER KOLK // CRYSTAL SEPULVEDA
Thirteen experimental body-based artists will respond to the particular architecture and ethos of a home that functions as a family residence and art event space simultaneously. This group of independent artists will present a one of kind performance born out of a three-month invasion of the Summercamp space. Live performance, experimental dance, and body-based videos will take over and illuminate the home in an event that is uniquely oriented towards domestic space and Los Angeles geography.
homeLA serves as a lab space for experimental dance artists to develop new works and engage with diverse audiences in alternative spaces. By activating domestic space as a performance platform, the event seeks to contribute to the development of new experimental dance and body-based art created in Los Angeles.
Please RSVP to homeLA.firstname.lastname@example.org and receive the home address.
Space is limited so your RSVP is highly recommended!
Tickets are $15 suggested cash donation toward compensating the artists.
Rebecca Bruno is a dance artist and performer based in Los Angeles since 2009. Her work has been presented in New York, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Israel and she has collaborated and performed with artists Moriah Evans, Melanie Rios Glaser, Taisha Paggett, Yolande Snaith, Allyson Green, and Pablo Bronstein among others. She is director and founder of an experimental dance project called homeLA (www.homelahello.com), a platform for independent dance artists to make work in domestic spaces across the city since May, 2013. Rebecca holds a BA in Dance from UC San Diego and received her education in Cranial Sacral Unwinding through the Institute for Psycho-Structural Balancing and the Life Energy Institute, Topanga.