The performances of Brink and smoke, not fog on Saturday, January 19th, 2019 by NICK+JAMES and Jessie Young are for a limited audience.
smoke, not fog
New work by Jessie Young
Emerging solo work by Jessie Young, smoke, not fog maps choreography of personal folklore as related to “transitional identity” and shifting conditions of landscape on the Olympic Peninsula, through a terrain of parallel play, personal devotion and magical thinking.
Jessie Young is an artist and teacher living in Brooklyn. Most recently her work has been presented by New York Live Arts as a 2017-18 Fresh Tracks Artist in Residence, AUNTS (at Mt. Tremper), DraftWork: Danspace, and Brooklyn Studios for Dance, where she is currently an Artist-in-Residence through Spring 2019. She has performed and collaborated with artists including Abby Z and the New Utility (On the Line, Abandoned Playground), Khecari Dance Theater (Chicago), The Seldoms (Chicago), The Moving Architects (Chicago) Nico Brown, Sara Gurevich and The Space We Make; she is currently working in collaboration Stephanie Acosta (Good Day God Damn) and Julie Mayo. She received her BFA from the University of Utah and MFA from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and works as a pilates teacher.
Brink by NICK+JAMES
made and performed by Nickels Sunshine and Jmy James Kidd