For Open Space / SFMOMA

Claudia La Rocco, Editor in Chief, of Open Space commissioned me to do an article about the creative music scene in the East Bay. Open Space is San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s online & live interdisciplinary commissioning platform.​

A few selects from the article below. Full article is here  https://openspace.sfmoma.org/2017/04/listen-up/

 

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One can use a little reflexology once in a while.

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Lemon Thief

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Midnight Commuter

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At an outdoor screening of ET.

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The Chicken Charmer strikes again in Orinda.

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"Form of… A Puch Moped!"

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Need a Fourth Wall taken down? Call my wife!

It all started when dancer, Lindsey Renee Derry, walked up to Suzy and said, “Can you help me?” This was about a third of the way through of 98-13 , a piece by Yannis Adoniou at the Kunst-Stoff 15 Year Anniversary Retrospective at ODC. Special mention goes to contributing artist, Leyya Tawil, for encouraging me to attend. It has been too long since I’ve been to a performance like this.

More about Kunst-Stoff here – kunst-stoff.org

November 10, 2013 / L > R: Katie Gaydos, Lindsey Renee Derry, and Suzy.
Suzy helped lay down a long strip of tape, obviously.

Suzy and Lindsey Renee Derry

The opening sequence of Giga Hz. This dance company likes tape!

Leyya Tawil in Giga Hz

Closing out the evening was Giga HZ by Tomi Paasonen. Here he is with the dancers about to take their bow.

Year 2012 In Review Quarter Four (44 photos)

Onward to 2013!

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