Arena Triptych was inspired by Walter Dundervill’s work “ARENA”, which I found both intoxicating and hypnotic. I want to offer these feelings of personal joy by creating this new work: I use footage from ARENA mixed with footage of my own, shot around the same time, to create a visual and sonic collage for a sensual experience.
Dates and Times: Thursday Dec. 14th Meet the Artist 7 pm. Open to the Public Fri. Dec. 15 to Sunday Dec 17th 4 – 7 pm
596 Broadway Suite 602 New York NY 10012
Phone: 212-431-1130 Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R to Prince, #6 to Bleecker
Iki Nakagawa is a videographer and her practice spans in different fields including documentary, installation, performance and education. She is an in-house videographer for the Kitchen since 2000 and has documented more than hundred performances including dance, theater and music. Iki has also provided videography for organizations including PS1, Artists Space, Colección Cisneros, iLAND and Wesleyan University.
Her films, installations and public arts have been presented at MuseumofAmericabooks, Panoply Performance Laboratory, the Collapsible Hole, Vermont Public Television, New Museum’s Idea for New City, the Kitchen, Harvestworks, Asia Society, Danspace, 3rd Ward Gallery, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Museum of Chinese in America, The Invisible Dog Art Center, Baryshnikov Arts Center and Culture Center of Muscat Oman. She is also a founder and creative director of Hyenalife.org, online journal of sustainable practices. Her collaborators include Daria Fain, DD Dorvillier, Molly Davies, Fast Forward, Mike Taylor and most recently Walter Dundervill. For more information on her works, please visit iki.sunpress.co
This presentation is made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts’ 2017 Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds Grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes.