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With Alexis Moh | Eiko + Koma
With Alexis Moh
photo by David Brick

With Alexis Moh

Alexis Moh studied with Eiko at Wesleyan University in their senior year and at the same time began working with her as a video editor. After graduation, Alexis continued to work with Eiko closely by shooting her solo performances; editing and creating video installations and short films.

Alexis is deeply concerned with and often engaged in environmental causes traveling on her own to the places of conflicts. She brought her opinions and questions in her performing with Eiko at the Cathedral of St John the Divine in November 2017, Temple University in March 2019, and American Dance Festival in July 2019. Alexis travelled with Eiko and Marjorie Hunt to California as a cinematographer and created much video material from which Eiko later created video installations. She also directed and performed in the video At Manzanar Internment Camp.

Alexis Moh is a filmmaker and multimedia artist whose work is significantly informed by the impending/unfolding Anthropocene extinction. They have worked with Eiko in dance film since 2015. Their video collaborations have screened at Danspace Project, Dance for Camera Film Festival, Anthology Film Archives, and River To River Festival. Their video work about the Standing Rock water protector camps, Recursion 1 & 2, shown at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in 2017. They are currently in post-production for their first narrative feature film, about hierarchy collapse in a fantastical circus called Circo Palomilla, made possible by the 2017-2018 Mortimer-Hays Brandeis Fellowship.


Alexis Moh's website

Video that accompanies Alexis's performance at Temple University

The article most heavily featured in the beginning of the video

Alexis' Student Manifesto