Platform day to day schedule

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Location: All performances and events take place at Danspace Project. Two exceptions are: the film series happens at Anthology of Film Archives and for Eiko’s solo performances, audience members will meet her at Danspace Project  o be led to different sites.

Wednesday, February 17 
11:30am -1:30pm
Delicious Movement Workshop taught by Eiko with special guest Emmanuelle Huynh
Eiko will teach her signature workshop which is open to all people (not just dancers!), all ages and all abilities. French choreographer Emmanuelle Huynh will be attending the workshop as a special guest.
$15 participants / $10 observers

7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 1: A Body in Mouring: Kon Ichikawa's Burmese Harp (1956); Eiko & Koma and James Byrne'sUndertow (1988)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme. Description.  $11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors at anthologyfilmarchives.org 

Saturday, February 20
7pm
Talking Duets #1: Eiko, David Brick, Emmanuelle Huynh, John Kelly, Bebe Miller, Moderator: Judy Hussie-Taylor
Eiko and invited artists perform experimental duets, moving and speaking.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Tuesday, February 23
5:30 -9:30pm
Church Installation by Eiko
Artists Paul Chan & Claudia La Rocco Responses to "Bodies, Wandering, and Witnessing"
Eiko will install images, objects, and videos of past performances on Tuesday evenings throughout the Platform. Lighting will be co-created by Eiko and Kathy Kaufmann.

Curator Judy Hussie-Taylor invites writer Claudia La Rocco and visual artist Paul Chan to respond to Eiko's artistic concerns: 1) the relationship of a body to a place; 2) artist as wanderer; 3) how we bear witness to change. La Rocco's text will be read over four hours and Chan will install sculptures specifically for the St. Mark's sanctuary for one night only.
RSVP at danspaceproject.org. $10 suggested donation.

Wednesday, February 24
11:30am -1:30pm
Delicious Movement Workshop taught by Eiko
Eiko teaches her signature workshop which is open to all people (not just dancers!), all ages and all abilities. $15 participants / $10 observers.

7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 2: Bodies in Water: Andrzej Wajda's Kanal (1956); Eiko & Koma's Wallow (1984)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme.  Description.
$11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors at anthologyfilmarchives.org

Thursday, February 25
7pm
Book Club #1
Eiko's Book Club will meet each Thursday evening at Danspace Project in the Church sanctuary. Authors for this week include: Mitsuharu Kaneko and John Dower.
RSVP for each week's book club at danspaceproject.org. RSVP will be followed up with readings for the week.

Saturday, February 27
7pm-10pm
Precarious: Guest Solos #1: Eiko, Beth Gill, Neil Greenberg, Koma, Jimena Paz, Polly Motley, Donna Uchizono, Arturo Vidich
Invited artists were given a quote by philosopher Judith Butler about grief and mourning as a point of departure for a solo. Each artist has selected a place inside St. Mark's Church and will perform simultaneously over three hours. Audiences will be free to move throughout the building.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Monday, February 29
9am
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #1
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church. $20 General / $15 Danspace members

Tuesday, March 1
12pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #2
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

5:30pm
Doors open: Installation by Eiko
Eiko will install images, objects, and videos of past performances on Tuesday evenings throughout the Platform. The installation will accumulate, and evolve weekly.

7pm
An Evening with The Poetry Project
Co-presented by Danspace Project and The Poetry Project, this evening is inspired by Eiko's citing of Allen Ginsberg as a major influence on her work and this Platform. Readers include: Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Robert Kocik, Tonya Foster, and Stacy Szymaszek. $10 Suggested donation.

Wednesday, March 2
11:30am - 1:30pm
Delicious Movement Workshop
Eiko teaches her signature workshop which is open to all people (not just dancers!), all ages and all abilities.
$15 participants / $10 observers.

3pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #3
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 3: Bodies on an Island: Kaneto Shindo's The Naked Island (1960); Eiko & Koma's Husk (1987)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme.  Description. $11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors atanthologyfilmarchives.org


Thursday, March 3
6pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #4
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Book Club #2
Eiko's Book Club will meet each Thursday evening at Danspace Project in the Church sanctuary. Authors this week include: Ango Sakaguchi, John Dower, Kenzabura Oe.
RSVP for each week's book club at danspaceproject.org. RSVP will be followed up with readings for the week.


Friday, March 4
9pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #5
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Saturday, March 5
7-10pm
Precarious: Guest Solos #2: Eiko, Michelle Boulé, Beth Gill, Neil Greenberg, Koma, Jimena Paz, Arturo Vidich, Geo Wyeth
Invited artists were given a quote by philosopher Judith Butler about grief and mourning as a point of departure for a solo. Each artist has selected a place inside St. Mark's Church and will perform simultaneously over three hours. Audiences will be free to move throughout the building.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Monday, March 7
9am
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #6
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members


Tuesday, March 8
12pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #7
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

5:30pm
Doors open: Church Installation by Eiko
Eiko will install images, objects, and videos of past performances on Tuesday evenings throughout the Platform. The installation will, accumulate, and evolve weekly.

7pm
An Evening with DonChristian Jones
Curator Lydia Bell and Shin Otake have invited rapper, R&B singer, and painter DonChristian Jones to respond in music to Eiko's work.
RSVP at danspaceproject.org


Wednesday, March 9
11:30am-1:30pm
Delicious Movement Workshop
Eiko teaches her signature workshop which is open to all people (not just dancers!), all ages and all abilities.
$15 participants / $10 observers.

3pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #8
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 4: Bodies in Mourning: Noriaki Tsuchimoto's Minamata: The Victims and Their World (1971) and Eiko & Koma and James Byrne's Lament (1985)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme. Description.
$11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors at anthologyfilmarchives.org


Thursday, March 10
6pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #9
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Book Club #3
Eiko's Book Club will meet each Thursday evening at Danspace Project in the church sanctuary. Authors this week include: Michiko Ishimure and Kenzaburo Oe.
RSVP for each week's book club at danspaceproject.org. RSVP will be followed up with readings for the week.


Friday, March 11
After Fukushima: An Event
4-8pm
Conversation Without Walls: Bearing Witness
Scholars and artists (including Marilyn Ivy, William Johnston, Eiko, Gabriel Florenz, Debra Levine, Yoshiko Chuma, luciana achugar, Karen Shimakawa, Ana Janevski, Koosil-Ja) gather to commemorate the five-year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster. How are we challenged by mounting human failures? How does being a mover affect our thoughts and sensitivity? And how do our memories affect our movement? How do choreographers concern themselves with changing environments, artistically, politically and socially?
RSVP at danspaceproject.org / $10 suggested donation

9pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #10 at St. Mark's Church

10pm
Installation opens


Saturday, March 12
10pm
Installation closes


Monday, March 14
9am
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #11
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members


Tuesday, March 15
12pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #12
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

5:30pm
Installation
Eiko will install images, objects, and videos of past performances on Tuesday evenings throughout the Platform. The installation will accumulate, and evolve weekly.

7pm
An Evening with Eiko and Guests
Curated by Eiko, this evening is being held open intentionally and so that she can respond to other artists and current events in real time.
RSVP at danspaceproject.org

Wednesday, March 16
11:30am-1:30pm
Delicious Movement Workshop
Eiko teaches signature workshop which is open to all people (not just dancers!), all ages and all abilities.
$15 participants / $10 observers.

3pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #13
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 5: Bodies in a Crowd: Mura Dehn's The Spirit Moves: A History of Black Social Dance on Film (1987) and Eiko Otake's A Body in a Station (2015)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme. Description.
$11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors at anthologyfilmarchives.org

Thursday, March 17
6pm A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #14
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

7pm
Book Club #4
Eiko's Book Club will meet each Thursday evening at Danspace Project in the church sanctuary. Authors this week include: Kyoko Hayashi.
RSVP for each week's book club at danspaceproject.org. RSVP will be followed up with readings for the week.

Friday, March 18
9pm
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #15
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko willperform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Saturday, March 19
7pm
Talking Duets #2: Eiko, David Brick, Ishmael Houston-Jones, Yvonne Meier, Elizabeth Streb, Moderator: Laura Flanders
Eiko and invited artists perform experimental duets, moving and speaking.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Midnight
A Body in Places: Eiko Solo #16
Eiko performs one solo every day (Monday - Friday) for small audiences over four weeks at various locations in the East Village neighborhood. Audience members will gather at St. Mark's Church and will be accompanied to a nearby place where Eiko will perform. The specific indoor places will not be revealed in advance but will include familiar and unfamiliar places along Second Avenue and near St. Mark's Church.
$20 General / $15 Danspace members

Wednesday, March 23
7pm
Eiko at Anthology Film Archives: Program 6: A Body in a Chair: Otsu Koshiro's Inner Monologue (2005); John Killacky and Steve Grandell's Stolen Shadows (1996); John Killacky's Dreaming Awake(2003)
Eiko guest curates a film series showcasing movies and videos that have influenced her work and that speak to her chosen theme. Description.
$11 General Admission / $9 Students and Seniors at anthologyfilmarchives.org