PERSONAL POETICS: a workshop on talking, singing, moving, performing and other matters that matter.

Over the last few years, I have been busy exploring the intersections between the voice and body, language and movement, meaning and abstraction, form and content. The workshop will place these areas of research within the context of performing, through the lens of practice. What happens first? What motivates one or the other? What are we talking and moving about? What are the possibilities? What is at stake?

February 4th // 12:30-2:30pm // $12 drop-in

Check out his showing happening on Friday Feb. 3rd at 7:30pm!

BIO: Julian Barnett is a choreographer, performer and educator. He was born in Tokyo, Japan, grew up in Northern California, lives in New York, and works internationally. He studied at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and ArtEZ University of the Arts in the Netherlands. As a choreographer, Julian creates performances that examine the social-political possibilities for transformation and empathy, through the lenses of philosophy, musicology, science, and the supernatural. His work has been presented throughout the US and New York, Montreal, Mexico, Hong Kong, Tokyo and since 2012, actively across Europe. Julian’s work is deeply influenced by his performative collaborations, including Steve Paxton, Jeanine Durning, Johannes Wieland, Wally Cardona, Takahiro Yamamoto, and Benoit Lachambre as a danceWEB scholar at the Impulstanz Festival in Vienna. Say hello at: