From Here: Performance by Maree ReMalia
Vail Guest Artist Maree ReMalia joins Visiting Assistant Professor Michael J. Morris in the performance of a new choreographic work that explores pathways for movement that become available through their work together as collaborators, specifically investigating how a body approaches space and moves through effort.
Performance and Talk Back, Knapp Performance Space, Saturday, April 23, 7pm. Free and open to the public.
About the Guest Artist:
Born in South Korea and raised in Medina, OH, Maree ReMalia currently lives between Washington, DC and Middlebury, Vermont. She travels frequently throughout the U.S. working as a choreographer, performer, and teacher facilitating movement experiences with individuals from a broad range of backgrounds. She is currently the Andrew W. Mellon Interdisciplinary Choreographer at Middlebury College. Merrygogo is her platform for creating project-based performance works with communities of shifting collaborators. In 2014, her interdisciplinary work, The Ubiquitous Mass of Us, was named by The Examiner as one of “Pittsburgh’s Top 10 Contemporary Dance Performances.” Her choreography has been commissioned by Gibney Dance DoublePlus Festival under the curation of Bebe Miller and has been presented by organizations in Colorado, Ohio, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, District of Columbia, Israel, and South Korea. As an educator, Maree facilitates classes in Gaga, impro visation, an d creative process in academic, community, and conservatory settings. In 2011, she completed her MFA in Choreography and Performance at The Ohio State University and went on to earn her certification to teach the Gaga movement language through the first official Gaga teacher training program in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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