René Kladzyk
CROWNWORC (Performance)
Date de présentation: 27.06.2013 / 19h00
Artiste en visite de Brooklyn, New York.

Drawing from practices of trance and possession at the Moussem in Sidi Ali, René Kladzyk's performance CROWNWORC utilizes sound, movement, and costume to explore concepts of self and other, interpersonal security, and plurality within. Calling upon chaotic and primal visions, this participatory solo performance pushes the internal outward and embraces the discomfort and imbalance that accompanies inhabiting a precipice.

René Kladzyk is a vocalist, dancer, textile artist, and performer based out of Brooklyn, NY. She has worked as a dancer, vocalist, and performer with Dreary Somebody, Panoply Performance Laboratory, Thea Little Dance, and Karen Harvey Dances with performances at Westbeth, The Firehouse Space, Panoply Performance Laboratory, the Dayglo Performance Center, St. Marks Church, and the Center for Performance Research. She has designed costumes for Christina Noel and the Creature Dance. She has sung professionally in diverse settings ranging from jazz combos to noise projects to chamber choirs, and has toured internationally throughout Australia and New Zealand. She recently completed her Master's in Geography, and works as a researcher in tactile and soundscape mapping technology. In January 2013, she was an Artist-in-Residence at the Sidi Ali Moussem in Morocco through Culture Vultures and the French Institute in Fez. lieu2.jpg