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The Making of ‘Bare Bones’

Posted By Carlos Ochoa
January 6, 2018 at 7:51 PM

‘Bare Bones’ by Carlota Pradera in collaboration with Lazaro Godoy is the last in this season’s experimental Sandbox Series at Miami Theater Center. Described as is an experimental dance performance that employs movement and a visual installation to analyze power dynamics among individuals and cultures. The work questions divisive lines of man-made borders that alienate families, lovers, friends, and political enemies. It examines the distance invading our cultures and social behaviors, creating a world in which touch is becoming an endangered sense and fear is becoming the predominant vehicle for communication.

Other collaborations in the piece include work from video artist Juan Carlos Zaldivar, live music from Juraj Kojs and design lighting from Alexey Taran. 

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Audiotheque’s Gustavo Matamoros Looks Ahead

Posted By George Fishman,

Between September and December, 2018, visitors to the Audiotheque studio at 924 Lincoln Road found their final opportunity to savor this unique listening venue. Beginning in 2012, this Mecca for adventurous audiophiles had already hosted scores of workshops, intimate discussions, marathon performances and recording sessions. A $40k Knight Foundation grant launched Audiotheque 2.0’s 2018 sound system enhancements and underwrote the

OMM Friendathon

Posted By George Fishman,

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Yvonne Troxler in Performance at St. Bede Chapel

Posted By George Fishman,

The cozy Saint Bede Chapel on the University of Miami campus provided the acoustic and spiritual ambience for pianist Yvonne Troxler’s intimate, but powerful piano concert. Swiss-born and Brooklyn-based, Troxler curated and performed a distinctive program of bold contemporary work at the invitation of the Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Arts (FETA). Troxler selected a key composition that provided “magnetic“