Polly Motley

Polly Motley is a dancer and choreographer who has been making movement based performances with video since the 1980s. Her work has been presented in venues including the Asia Society, the Baryshnikov Art Center, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Tulane University, and the Indonesian Dance Festival.

Molly Davies

Transitions is about changing from one state to another. A dancer moves through a form, a season passes, while the video images transit across the screen to a different quadrant.

m. pinchuk

Excerpts from m. pinchuk’s Architecture, short writings about places and spaces both real and imagined, are read as part of the Exposed audio tour by Beau O’Reilly, Calvin Forbes, Amy England and Janet Desaulniers.

Julia Shipley

Julia Shipley’s reading for Exposed is inspired by short pieces from her project: Ten Sabbaths: Drawing on Stillness, created during a Habitat for Artists residency. During ten consecutive Sundays throughout summer and fall 2011, she’s been exploring “clearings”, the inherent and necessary pauses within the labors of farming, and creating pieces of writing suitable for those restive interstices.

Jeroen Nelemans

Jeroen Nelemans is interested in perception and how we are conditioned to experience the moving image, specifically how the digital image can manipulate contemporary notions of sight and seeing.

Gretchen Farrar & Francisco Roldán

Classical voice/guitar duo Gretchen Farrar and Francisco Roldán perform selections from their recording “Interweaving”, which offers a variety of styles from the Renaissance to the contemporary, consisting of songs from Spain, Cuba, Puerto Rico, England and the United States.