Dean Moss: Untitled (perfect human) screening and artist talk with Young Jean Lee
The film will be available for viewing until December 22, 2020.
Screening and Artist Talk with Young Jean Lee | Tuesday, December 1, 8pm ET
A link to the December 1 screening will be sent to registrants in advance of the screening. Directly following the screening, viewers will be invited to a Zoom where the conversation and Q&A will take place. Though not required, all are invited to turn on their cameras for the Zoom portion.
Following the livestream, the film will be available for viewing at danspaceproject.org from December 2-22.
Untitled (perfect human) is a mesmerizing digital film by interdisciplinary choreographer and video artist, Dean Moss. Referencing Jørgen Leth’s 1967 Danish cult film, The Perfect Human, Moss reimagines Leth’s “empty” white space as a seductive kaleidoscopic world of flesh folding in on itself, offering wry observations of race, materialism, and spirituality.
On December 1, playwright, director, and filmmaker, Young Jean Lee, will join Moss for a screening of this new work. Building on their long standing artistic relationship they will engage in a live discussion of the film’s making, sharing insights on how their relationship grew from mentorship to collaboration, plus take questions from the audience.
Accessibility: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request CART live captioning or any other access requests. Requests should be submitted by November 9.
Dean Moss is an award-winning director, choreographer and media artist who makes work investigating perception and the fluidity of self. For ten years he had the great pleasure to present, facilitate and mentor some of NYC’s finest experimental artists as a curator of Dance and Performance at The Kitchen. Currently he lectures in Choreography at Princeton University and Sarah Lawrence College, plus facilitates choreographic research at Kinosaki International Art Center’s DanceCamp, near Kyoto, Japan.
Young Jean Lee has been called “the most adventurous downtown playwright of her generation” by The New York Times and “one of the best experimental playwrights in America” by Time Out New York. She became the first Asian-American woman to have her play produced on Broadway with her show STRAIGHT WHITE MEN. She is currently working on a Broadway play commission for Second Stage and a screenplay commission for Cinereach.