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Jonah Bokaer Choreography | Fall 2017

A Choreographed Exhibition
Madrid, Spain
Jonah Bokaer's Three Cases of Amnesia
Jonah Bokaer’s Three Cases Of Amnesia | Les Hivernales d’Avignon 2011 | ©  Eric Boudet
Saturday, September 16th
CA2M – Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo
Av. de la Constitucion, 23, 28931 Móstoles
Madrid, Spain

Choreographed by Jonah Bokaer

A Choreographed Exhibition
 consists solely of movements. It showcases works choreographed for the exhibition by international artists, choreographers and musicians. Over the space of one month, three dancers will take over the museum’s various exhibition halls and perform choreographies of gestures, figures and displacements following written instructions and scores composed by Cecilia Bengolea, Jonah Bokaer, Tim Etchells, Karl Holmqvist, Jennifer Lacey, Roman Ondák, Michael Parsons and Michael Portnoy.
The Disappearance Portraits
Jonah Bokaer at MUDAM
Jonah Bokaer at MUDAM | Luxembourg. Photo: Angela R. Moore. Architect: I.M. Pei
Saturday, November 11th
8:00 pm
Grand Hall
MUDAM: Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean
3 Park Drai Eechelen, 1499

Choreography by Jonah Bokaer
Music by Soundwalk Collective
Architecture by I. M. Pei architect 

The Centre Pompidou-Metz and Mudam Luxembourg are collaborating on EST EXPRESS: for 3 days, the public is invited to a festive and unusual experience of the museums, through concerts, performances, workshops and visits, which will go from one institution to the other. The event will begin at the Centre Pompidou-Metz on Friday and will continue there on Saturday during the day before transferring to MUDAM on Saturday evening and Sunday. It will offer the opportunity to discover, in parallel with the current exhibitions, the Norimizu Ameya experimental theatre, the dance performances of Jonah Bokaer Choreography, as well as Min Tanak, the musical show by ICHI and Rachael Dadd and the unclassifiable Cosmo-bal by Emmanuelle Vo-Dinh.
Join The RECESS Group Tour!
for a V.I.P. Tour at the MUDAM.
For more information contact us at:
Rules Of The Game
The Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
Urbana, Illinois
Jonah Bokaer's Rules of the Game
James McGinn & Albert Drake, Rules Of The Game | © Sharen Bradford
Thursday, November 16th
7:30 pm
Colwell Playhouse
Krannert Center for the Performing Arts
500 S Goodwin Ave
Urbana, IL 61801

Choreography by Jonah Bokaer
Set Design by Daniel Arsham
Original Score by Pharrell Williams
Arranged and Co-composed by David Campbell
Lighting Design by Aaron Copp
Costumes by Chris Stamp of STAMPD
Why Patterns Music by Morton Feldman / ARP
RECESS Music by Stavros Gasparatos

Rules Of The Game brings together for the first time an amazing trio of master artists and master collaborators: Grammy-winning producer and singer Pharrell Williams, visual artist Daniel Arsham, and dance visionary Jonah Bokaer. This work for eight dancers, with an original score by Williams and set in Arsham’s surreal, multimedia environment, is inspired by absurdist author Luigi Pirandello’s play Rules of the Game. Both the original play and this new embodiment, which is co-commissioned by Krannert Center, challenge the characters within to look beyond the confines of convention, while leading the audience to the essential quality of the avant-garde. The evening’s program also includes Why Patterns, featuring 10,000 ping-pong balls and the music of Morton Feldman, and the magical solo RECESS.
Laura Gutierrez
at CPR – Center for Performance Research
Brooklyn, NY
Laura Gutierrez’s The Back Room at RecRoom 2017 | © Lynn Lane
November 3rd & 4th
7:30 pm
CPR – Center for Performance Research
361 Manhattan Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11211

Choreography by Laura Gutierrez
Performed by Laura Gutierrez, and Sara Procopio
Supported with a creative residency at the Krannert Center,
Supported by the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, via Jonah Bokaer Choreography
Bushwick Open Studios
Saturday, September 23rd
Bushwick Open Studios – BOS is an arts and culture festival hosted by the volunteer-run organization Arts in Bushwick. This celebration of our neighborhood’s vibrant community and local art scene is free and open to the public. BOS has been running since 2006 and is New York’s largest open studios event, encouraging thousands of Bushwick-based artists to open their doors and share their work. Chez Bushwick is proud to present:
Kayla Farrish
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Chez Bushwick Studio

Stormy Budwig
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
56 Bogart

Doug LeCours
4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Underdonk Gallery

Thea Little
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
100 Bogart Gallery

Join RECESS Young Friends Party!
Saturday, September 23rd, at 6:30pm

at BOS – Bushwick Open Studios – 304 Boerum Street
For more information contact us 
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