'Image and Performance' Takes the Stage at the Drake
Interdisciplinary concert integrates live performance with video, animation, movement, costuming, audio and masks
April 13, 2010
Each semester, the course "Image and Performance," an interdisciplinary class taught by Media Arts Master Lecturer Kathy Rose, stages a concert integrating live performance with video, animation, movement, costuming, audio and masks. The course gives students a chance to explore the evolving genre of interdisciplinary performance art.
This year's concert features nine different pieces and audience members should expect a wild animal, the sound of crunching apples, a DJ performance and Jell-O on video. Majors of the students enrolled in the course include Fibers, Video, Animation and Photography, and include Miles Woodworth, Samantha Curry, Lindsey Dickson, Juan Silva, Alec Pezzano, Joseph Pollack, Kathryn Borbas, Johanna Revelle and Daniella Sansotta (above).
Rose directs the concert, which is free and open to the public.
April 26, 9 p.m.
Dance Theater at the Drake
Photos by Kathryn Borbas