A split-bill evening curated by Bebe Miller
Thursday, December 18th at 7:30 pm, $15 – $20Buy Tickets »
Born in South Korea, Maree ReMalia is currently based in Washington, D.C. and creates work under the name merrygogo. As a teacher of the Gaga movement language, she uses movement as a means of self-discovery and building community. Her most recent work, now is now, explores how conflicting and contradictory thoughts, emotions, and circumstances can exist in a single moment.
Abby Zbikowski is a choreographer whose work is influenced by hip-hop and punk aesthetics. Her work Destabilizer grew out of a two-year process of dealing with the spatial composition of bodies in a purposefully blunt and rudimentary fashion. The choreographer and her two dancers use a rapidly shifting movement vocabulary, arranging seemingly random elements into a logical system.
DoublePlus embraces the artist-as-curator format to present twelve emerging and under-exposed artists as part of Gibney Dance’s inaugural presenting season at 280 Broadway. The six-week series features cutting-edge performance curated by mentor-choreographers Annie-B Parson, RoseAnne Spradlin, Jon Kinzel, Miguel Gutierrez, Bebe Miller, and Donna Uchizono.
Maree ReMailia photo by Garret Jones. Abby Zbikowski photo by Nick Fancher.