If I wanted to be here without claiming here, without painting here-all the girls might have hair above lip. Without building here. Bleeding here seems enough and without defining here for the purposes of bringing us together. Air stands so close and there is no way to explain that, no shapes to employ. I've wondered about the possibilities for hovering and I'd like to try a few scenarios here.

Jen Rosenblit has been making dances in New York City since 2005 and holds a B.A. from Hampshire College. Rosenblit has performed for Ryan McNamara, Sasa Asentic, Young Jean Lee and Yvonne Meier. In NYC she has taught improvisation and performance through CLASSCLASSCLASS, Movement Research and has been a teaching artist at TISCH, Bard, Bowdoin College, Hollins University and has done lecture demonstrations at Yale and Harvard on the performative body. Lunch N Lecture, a talk over a curated lunch that incorporates issues and concepts from Rosenblit’s current research, was curated by BODEGA at the ICA, Philadelphia, as part of their First Among Equals series. Rosenblit was a 2009 Fresh Tracks Artist, a 2009 suitcase fund recipient in Moscow, a 2011 artist at Solo en Azione festival in Milan, a recipient of the 2012 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grant to Artists, a 2013 Fellow at Insel Hombroich, Germany, a 2014 recipient of the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant and a 2014 recipient of THE AWARD. Her current work, a Natural dance premieres at The Kitchen in NYC May 29-31. Rosenblit is interested in the labor surrounding being with audience in a contemplative theatricality and the possibility for multiplicity of form and feelings.

Simultaneous Presence: June 6 from 6 - 8pm
With Heather Love: June 25 from 7 - 9pm

EFA Project Space

Photo Credit: Kate Raines/Plate 3 Photography, pictured: Addys Gonzalez.