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Dance Film Series with Dancer and Choreographer Audrey Rachelle.
Audrey on Insta: @audreyrachelle123
Dir/Cam: Jason Riker
Filmed at: bondstreetstudio.com

T H R E E

T H R E E

Dance Film Series with Dancer and Choreographer Audrey Rachelle.
Audrey on Insta: @audreyrachelle123
Dir/Cam: Jason Riker
Filmed at: bondstreetstudio.com

T W O

T W O

Dance Film Series with Dancer and Choreographer Audrey Rachelle.
Audrey on Insta: @audreyrachelle123
Dir/Cam: Jason Riker
Filmed at: bondstreetstudio.com

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Dance Film Series with Dancer and Choreographer Audrey Rachelle.
Audrey on Insta: @audreyrachelle123
Dir/Cam: Jason Riker
Filmed at: bondstreetstudio.com

Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done

Judson Dance Construction for Moma. Photo Jason Riker
Judson Dance Creative — Moma. Photo: Jason Riker

See More: ➡️ https://www.moma.org/magazine/articles/31

“The exhibition Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done features five of the nine Dance Constructions, and is the longest public performance of the Dance Constructions since their acquisition into MoMA’s collection in 2015. These specific works were selected for their importance to the group of dancers that would go on to form Judson Dance Theater in the basement of Judson Memorial Church. The Dance Constructions are performed every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. over the course of the exhibition. over the course of the exhibition. On December 3, 2018, photographer Jason Riker documented the work of a cast of nine performers (out of a group of 20).

Judson Dance Construction, Moma. Photo Jason Riker
Judson Dance Creative — Moma. Photo: Jason Riker

The full cast of the Dance Constructions includes Martita Abril, Christiana Cefalu, Christhian Diaz, Ayano Elson, Talya Epstein, Jessie Gold, Miguel Ángel Guzmán, Samuel Hanson, Elizabeth Hart, Savannah Knoop, Columbine Macher, Jody Oberfelder, Laura Pfeffer, Lee Relvas, Lindsay Londs Reuter, Alex Rodabaugh, Alex Romania, Alexis Ruiseco-Lombera, Quenton Stuckey, and Vanessa Vargas.”