Director Mallory Catlett (NYC) and composer Aaron Siegel (NYC) will collaborate on a music theater work based on Janet Frame’s haunting novel Yellow Flowers in the Antipodean Room.
Musician/composer Amir ElSaffar’s(NYC) Rivers of Sound Orchestra willdraw on ancient microtonal modal practices to develop an ensemble work, Sonoluminescence.
Molly Lieber (NYC) and Eleanor Smith (NYC) will develop STAMINA, a public demonstration reflecting ego, desire, and fear, creating episodes of levity, darkness, and discomfort.
Choreographer Ella Rothschild (Tel Aviv, Israel) will begin a new creative process stemming from the question of how personal story can reveal broader phenomena about society.
Composer Everett Saunders (NYC / Pasadena, CA) and dance artistMarjani Forté-Saunders (NYC / Pasadena, CA) will develop a virtual and augmented reality performance installation and music project.
Choreographer/dancer Bobbi Jene Smith (NYC) will draw inspiration from the catastrophic and sublime machinations of geological forces to create an abstract and emotionally visceral movement narrative.
Theater artists Peter Mills Weiss(NYC) and Julia Mounsey (NYC) will develop while you were partying, a devised performance about trauma, aggression, entitlement, and impotence.
BAC Space Fall 2019 will include a series of public Studio Showings on November 15—the schedule will be announced by November 1.