news and information about upcoming performances, workshops, and projects

texture primitive

New work premiering at Bates Dance Festival 2015 --- texture primitive, an experimental new work with a multi-projector installation, two Kinect cameras, code written in Processing, and a somatic-derived movement vocabulary in response to responsive light systems.

Show dates:

August 6-7:  6:45-7:20pm in the Schaeffer Blackbox Theatre -- running prior to the 7:30 show of Different Voices.

Bates Dance Festival Residency

Scotty will be an emerging artist at Bates Dance Festival this summer, creating a new digital installation work entitled "Distortions" to be premiered in the blackbox beneath Schaeffer Theatre. This duet, performed with Keanu Forrest Brady and with assistant design elements and costumes from Kern Samuel, is a merging of design elements that speak to concepts of contemporary media representation in the abstract, and the wash of images and text that create our mediated body environments. 



CPR Show + Middlebury Show

Two big things happening this week if you can make it :

Thursday, October 16 and Friday, October 17 : "of dead boys and blind men" will be premiering at the ChezBushwick 2Night Show October at Center for Performance Research. It's bound to be an amazing night with cutting edge performances by numerous dance artists. 

Just one day later, "Shroud : Dancing Digital Masculinity" goes up at the Mahaney Center for the Arts in Middlebury, VT.  If you're in Vermont, try to catch it on Saturday, October 18 @ 6:30 in the Middlebury College Dance Theater.

Shroud : Dancing Digital Masculinity

October 18 @ 6:30pm

Mahaney Center for the Arts, Dance Theater -- Middlebury College, Vermont

In an evening showing of new and repertory dance works, 2014-15 Artist-in-Residence in Dance Scotty Hardwig presents technologically integrated live performances and screen dances including of dead boys and blind men (2014), Shroud (2013), and more, featuring guest performer, Keanu Forrest Brady. Sponsored by the Dance Program. Doors open at 6:15. Free