2014 Residency Artists
Emma has been called a “splendid mover” (The Washington Post) and “a master of her craft” (Baratunde Thurston). She has worked around the world including Paris, Italy, India, and Taiwan. Her last work, To Know a Veil, funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, was hailed as “the kind of performance for which the 21st century is going to be very hungry” (playwright Gwydion Suleibhan).
Erin Malley creates visually driven performance and film with dance at the heart. She sees the body of her work as a series of solos, and is most keenly interested in the spaces inside of us and between us. To read more about her process: www.erinmalley.tumblr.com and for all things Erin, visit www.erinmalley.com.
Check out excerpts from the culminating performance to see how the artists developed their work through the Residency.
The Studio 210 Residency is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at www.arts.ca.gov.