Performances: March 19 and 20, 7 pm
The inquisitive Kevin Jesuíno (Calgary) has invited Jen Mesch and others to participate in his residency exploring collaboration and connection artist to artist, and artist to audience.
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Mile Zero Dance presents, Beyond Borders, its second salon of the winter season in conjunction with dc3 Art Projects. Jen Mesch will be adding a dance element to the spoken words of Ben Freeland.
Using the geological drop off the continental shelf outside the heavily built-over construct of Tokyo Bay as a metaphor for the boundary between the accepted and the forbidden, Skindiving in Tokyo Bay is a meditation on the outer limits of social sanction and the allure of the dark and dangerous beyond.
See video here
We’re very pleased to announce Jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy featuring Alison Kause and Jeannie Vandekerkhove has been invited to perform with live music by Howard Bashaw and Scott Smallwood in Now Age Pneumas. Featuring Russell Whitehead (trumpet), Allison Balcetis (saxophones), Ken Read (trombone), Roger Admiral (piano) and David Schotsko (percussion).
Timm’s Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
Jen Mesch Dance Conspiracy, featuring members of Good Women Dance Collective, went to extremes to film dance in a cave. See a Cavern video here!
A review by Ben Freeland of Jen Mesch and sound artist Scott Smallwood‘s performance of Anna and the Other Anna in the Mile Zero Salon – The Great Depression.