Kate Ladenheim is a choreographer and producer based in Brooklyn, NY, and one of Dance Magazine’s “25 to Watch.” Her interdisciplinary works have been presented and commissioned internationally. Kate is currently Artist in Residence at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, and Keshet Maker’s Space Experience Residency recipient. Her recent work, Glass, was recognized by Dance Magazine as one of the best dance works of 2018. She is the founder and Executive Producer of CRAWL, a nomadic, multidisciplinary arts presenting series. She also recently produced and co-choreographed Transmission — a distributed, augmented-reality performance & installation.

Myles Avery is a Brooklyn-based producer, songwriter, and engineer. Avery has worked with several notable artists including Overcoats, Stevie Wolf, Valley, and FLORIO. The recipient of multiple commissions, Avery most recently composed and sound designed Transmission - a distributed, augmented-reality performance & installation. In 2016, Avery collaborated with The People Movers on their short film Unraveling and cl!ck - an interactive performance installation.

28th February - 3rd March

The Weight of Air is a sound installation and dance performance that reframes the environmental phenomena of smog rising over a city as an act of activism; protest born of exhaustion and fatigue. This piece accesses the ways in which we communicate on levels that are not always knowable to an everyday cognizance-- the ways in which a spiritual, ephemeral space can be excavated. The installation explores presence as a catalyst for action, and the polarizing ends of fatigue and resilience in the human body, popular protest, light, and sound.

Choreography: Kate Ladenheim
Composition & Audio Engineering: Myles Avery
Performance Theory & Artistic Advising: Em Piro

Sponsored by Central New York Community Foundation, DanceNYC Dance Advancement Fund

Supported by Wellington City Council Public Art Fund



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