Phoebe Osborne and Millie Kapp
November 2 – 23
What are the interactions between drawing and performance? How are both performance and dance acts of tracing and recall and ghost holders, both initiating future and surfacing past? In this class, we will gather to explore questions of performance and drawing, its lineage in art and dance, and use movement and drawing experiments to materialize these studies.
This class will be held in person at the Abrons Arts Center.
Phoebe Osborne (b. 1984) is a choreographer and visual artist based in New York, NY. Osborne’s works have been presented across the US and Europe, including commissioned performances at Transmediale Berlin, La Caldera Barcelona, SFMoMA and Oakland Museum of California. They have exhibited at City Limits Gallery (Oakland), False Flag (Long Island City), Southern Exposure (San Francisco), and SOMArts (San Francisco). Osborne was a 2017 recipient of the DanceWEB scholarship as a resident artist at Impulstanz in Vienna. Graduating from Columbia’s Visual Arts MFA program this May, they are a current artist in the DAS Choreography Program at the Amsterdam University of Arts.
Millie Kapp is an artist based in Queens, New York. She works primarily in performance, incorporating theater, dance and sculpture. Kapp studied studio art at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2012, she relocated to New York City and finished a masters in Performance Studies from NYU. Kapp has had the honor of collaborating with a wide range of artists and considers collaboration to be at the heart of her art making practice.