All day festival of site specific performances at Rosekill, a satellite performance space to Grace Exhibition Space, Rosendale, NY.
(Ireland/Chicago) born in 1991, explores how gendered bodies respond to the unleashing of systemic violence. She received a postgraduate diploma from the Burren College of Art (NUIG) in Ireland, while working with the Irish women’s collective Survivors of Symphysiotomy. She is currently pursuing her MFA at SIAC. Delaney has exhibited in New York, Ireland and the UK, Chile and Ethiopia.
Liping Ting (Taiwan)
born in Taiwan in 1964, is an interdisciplinary artist who produces works of video, performance, and installation art. From 1998 to 2004, while in Paris, she co-organized Topophonie, a group of sound experiments and public performances. Her projects are a process of exchange with audiences. Through materials, sound, and installation, she focuses on human interdependency, relationships, and issues surrounding the survival of the environment.
Nigel Rolfe (UK)
is recognized as a seminal figure in performance art, having played central role in its history as a noted current practitioner. Born in the Isle of Wight, England, in 1950, Rolfe has lived and worked in Dublin, Ireland, since 1974. He has worked intensively and made significant contributions as an artist, curator, activist and scholar. His work—spanning live performance, photography, video, and sound—has received international acclaim and has been presented in five continents in more than 30 countries.
(b.1986) is a multi-disciplinary artist originally from West Virginia, and now residing in Brooklyn NY. Through the disciplines of drawing, photography, object making, and performance, she builds narratives of longing, erotic subversion, and radical intimacy.
Ian Deleon (NYC)
(b. 1987, Miami) currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Tif Robinette. Together they are the curators at PULSAR Performance. He holds an AA in English Literature from the Miami Dade College Honors Program and a BFA from the Studio for Interrelated Media (SIM) at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design, Boston.
Alex Romania (NYC)
is a multidisciplinary maker and performer currently living in Brooklyn who creates dance, performance, visual art, installation... Recent work has been presented by Glasshouse ArtLifeLab, where Alex is also an artistic Fellow, collaboratively organizing their co-working initiative - Workspace. Alex has performed in works by De Facto Dance, Eddie Peake, Ishmael Houston Jones, Simone Forti, Steve Paxton, has studied with artists (at) Headlong, Keith Hennessey, Karen Finley, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, and currently dances for choreographer Kathy Westwater. Alex has previously taught through Art All State at the Worcester Art Museum, CLASSCLASSCLASS, LeAp (Learning through an Expanded Arts Program), the Texas Dance Improvisation Festival, and has received support from residencies at SPACE on Ryder Farm in Brewster NY, Chashama, and Old Furnace Artist Residency in Harrisonburg Virginia.
is a New York-based and Chinese-born artist. Her primary focuses are on performance, choreography, painting, and video. Having had a background in journalism, Huisi He traveled to the United States in 2007 in pursuit of the freedom of speech and self-expression. She attended the Florida State University where she received her MFA in visual art with an emphasis in performance. After receiving her MFA in 2015, she moved to New York City. Huisi continued her art practice in an attempt to maximize her artistic potential and as a tactic for continuing the path as a career. In the years since beginning her art practice, healing has become a central element, allowing her to let go of negative thoughts and emotions in order to embrace life. Her recent performance work is a response to this new environment and illustrates her internal struggle to balance dreams with reality.
Hee Ran Lee
is a Korean performance artist, born in 1981, whose body-centered work is an exploration of the private and public gestures of the Asian female body within patriarchal power structures, and an investigation into issues of cultural marginalization. Her work has been shown in New York, Chicago, Santiago, Paris, Canada, South Korea, and China. She holds an MFA with a specialization in
performance from the SAIC and was a 2016–17 artist fellow of LEIMAY at CAVE, New York.