Pop-up dance Interventions curated by
The West Harlem Art Fund & Kiki Williams
On Saturday, July 12th which coincides with City of Water Day, dancers will perform pop-up interventions in and around the West Harlem Piers area. West Harlem is starting to explode with public art and pop-up interventions. New works are being developed to offer a 21st contemporary art scene.
Participating Artists (Dancers)
MICHAEL ABBATIELLO is a NYC based dancer playing with the hustle and bustle of life through flow and spiral.
DANTE BROWN is a New York based choreographer/performer that enjoys questioning the social implications and physical limits of a moving body in order to generate thematically drenched environments.
THERESA ELWELL is a mover and art maker based in Brooklyn who is hoping to spread the beauty and mystery of dance through the city.
FLANNERY GREGG is a West meets East Coast movement artist who enjoys performing from a place of honest and articulate reaction.
CHAFIN SEYMOUR, Brooklyn bred and based dance artist, makes collaborative works with friends, comrades, and confidants under Seymour/Dance Collective.
AUTUMN SCOGGAN combines social activism with performance art in order to tell stories and engage in open dialogue with audiences through a variety of at mediums, such as dance, film, and comedy.
KIKI WILLIAMS is originally from L.A., but now finds herself in New York, pursuing all things dance/movement that are full-bodied and incorporate her love for community.