FIELD DAY 12|
live performances and works in progress by Miami-based artists |
Jasmine Devyninsite(Puerto Rico)
Rudi Goblen (Nicaragua)
Patti Hernandez (USA)
Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 8:00PM
The Playground Theatre - Sandbox
9816 NE 2nd Ave. Miami Shores, FL 33138
Post-performance discussions, meet the artists, food trucks
Warning: Adult content - 18 and over please.
Miami-based artists from around the globe will push the boundaries of performance art through movement, text and video at the Field Day 12. Performances begin at 8:00 p.m. Admission is $10, with plenty of secure and complimentary parking.|
This The Field Miami presented by Camposition Inc. under the artistic direction of Octavio Campos and Bill Spring will feature live performances and works in progress by Miami-based artists Jasmine Devyninsite (Puerto Rico) Rudi Goblen (Nicaragua), Patti Hernandez (USA), Benoit Izard (France) Paul Seligmann(USA) and Pioneer Winter(USA).
Camposition is dedicated to the development of new works of live performance and fostering Miami-based artists, and is proud to once again present FieldWork Miami - a rigorous workshop culminating in a group presentation of original works at the Playground Theatre - Sandbox space (located at 9806 NE 2nd Avenue in Miami Shores).
Each FieldWork session propels artists to present their works-in-progress to their peers, sharing artist-to-artist feedback. Guided by facilitator Octavio Campos and Bill Spring, the process is always incisive and stimulating and unpredictable. FieldWork serves its family of artists on a totally non-curated basis. Group participants come from diverse aesthetic viewpoints and varying levels of artistic development.
More than 100 Miami-based performance artists have participated in FieldWork since its genesis with Miami Light Project in 1992, continuing through its evolution with Artemis a decade later, and via Camposition as of 2006.
Please plan on coming early and sticking around for post-performance discussions/Q & A and of course lots of food trucks.
WHAT IS THE FIELD?|