DraftWork: Athena Kokoronis – Danspace Project
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DraftWork: Athena Kokoronis

Athena Kokoronis, close-up holding up in front of her face a mesh colander, in the foreground of kitchen
Photo courtesy the artist.



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 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.

Athena Kokoronis is an artist living in New York since 2005. Her art practice revolves around studying, referencing, researching and embodiment within the domestic space. Domestic Performance Agency (DPA) is the name and the space of practice for a choreographic process that gives attention to aspects of performance production, curation, food, cloth, fungi, and searches for the creative economy within these realms that begins and extends out of domestic scale with hospitality. Choreographic problem-solving with time, sensitivity, and intimacy are at the core of the DPA vision. Costume design is elemental to DPA process. Costume collaborations have been with Jasmine Hearn, Tatyana Tennebaum, Jessie Young, Angie Pittman, David Thomson, Marion Spencer, Tyler Rai, Kensaku Shinohara, and Daria Fain. Holistic Micro-Patronages, like DPA Soup Subscriptions, operate all year long and are currently open to new subscribers. In 2018, CookBook: Domestic Performance Agency was published by Yonkers International Press (YIP), in conjunction with Dance & Process series at the Kitchen. A second edition was released in 2019 in conjunction with The New School (NYC) centennial exhibition. DPA is currently represented in Lydia Rodrigues Collection (NYC )

DraftWork is presented, in part, with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

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