DraftWork: Marguerite Hemmings / Kristel Baldoz & Anh Vo – Danspace Project
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DraftWork: Marguerite Hemmings / Kristel Baldoz & Anh Vo

Marguerite Hemmings. Photo: Scott Shaw.
Kristel Baldoz & Anh Vo. Photo courtesy the artists.


This event will take place online via Zoom. A link will be sent to registrants via email 30 minutes prior to the stream.

Registration closes 30 minutes prior to the program.

Danspace Project’s DraftWork series hosts informal virtual showings of new works in varying stages of development. They are followed by a conversation and Q&A between the artists and DraftWork curator Ishmael Houston-Jones.

This season, Danspace has re-envisioned DraftWork as a series of virtual engagement.

Accessibility: This program will be captioned. A phone number will be provided so that the Zoom chat may be accessed audibly. For further inquiry, feedback, or to submit specific access requests, please email seta@danspaceproject.org.

Kristel Baldoz is a confused multidisciplinary artist and has self-diagnosed herself with melancholia. She graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a masters in Arts Politics.

Anh Vo is a dancer, writer, and activist. They create dance and produce text about pornography and queer relations, being and form, identity and abstraction, history and its colonial reality. 

Marguerite Hemmings is a Jamaican born, Jersey-raised, NYC-made performance artist/educator currently based in Philadelphia, USA.  They focus on one’s own body, one’s own way of moving, adapting, healing, releasing, protecting, changing, and connecting to the unseen. She is a master of body ceremonies. As a choreographer she specializes in emergent, improvisational and social dance movement styles and technologies, rooted in the story of the African Diaspora. She is researching the ancestral and subversive role of dance, and the dancer, throughout the African Diaspora and looks to conjure these technologies through all of their (present) work. They direct a multimedia endeavor called we free, which looks at the millennial and gen z approach to liberation through its music, social dance and social media. we free is centered in the livelihood and reparation of the African continent and diaspora. It’s a social experiment, a conversation, a non-performance, and in moments a critique of, the millennial and get z generations and what we are doing, right now, to be free. Visit wefreeee.com and their IG page: @margueriteangelicamonique to see more.

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