May
1
7:00 PM19:00

Echo in The Body

Echo in The Body is a short performance piece reflecting my ongoing project of finding the place of the body and movement in the practice of psychoanalysis.

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" ... the drives are the echo in the body of the fact of saying."  Lacan

Guitar by Jason Ciaccio

Part of Movement Research's Open Performance

Free and open to the public. $3 suggested donation. No RSVP necessary. Just bring your body.

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May
20
6:00 PM18:00

LIVE Schreber! Schreber LIVE

I'll be doing a Schreber-influenced movement performance as part of LIVE Schreber! Schreber LIVE: an immersive, multimedia, 2-hour event inspired by Daniel Paul Schreber's book Memoirs of My Nervous Illness.

The 1877 Jefferson Market Courthouse, as it appeared in 1906.

The 1877 Jefferson Market Courthouse, as it appeared in 1906.

This event is cosponsored by Das Unbehagen, the International Society for the Psychological & Social Approaches to Psychosis (ISPS-US), and Hearing Voices Network NYC

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Jun
14
7:00 PM19:00

Movement Research Open Performance

Cacophony

'Cacophony' is a 10 min. solo work in regress, or digress—discord in a body not having got it together, a fragmented figure, limbs akimbo, a body not in agreement with itself, parts breaking down, a clunky decay, like a Beckett character, seeking to stop by going on. Until the bell of silence.

As part of an informal showing of works in progress, on the program with two other artists. Discussion to follow. More info about this event can be found here.

Tuesday June 14, 2016 at 7pm

Location: Movement Research at Eden's Expressway, located at 537 Broadway, 4th Floor, between Prince and Spring Streets

No Reservations and admission is FREE
A suggested donation of $3 or more is asked of those able to contribute

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Dec
16
7:00 PM19:00

Movement Research Open Performance

Dream Navel:  a 10 min. solo

The title derives from the following passage in Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams:

"There is often a passage in even the the most thoroughly interpreted dream which has to be left obscure; this is because we become aware during the work of interpretation that at that point there is a tangle of dream-thoughts which cannot be unraveled and which moreover adds nothing to our knowledge of the content of the dream. This is the dream's navel, the spot where it reaches down into the unknown."

photo by Paul Ward

photo by Paul Ward

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