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Art AIDS America | Bronx Museum

Art AIDS America | Bronx Museum

The first comprehensive overview of 30 years of art made in response to the AIDS epidemic in the United States

Opening night performance

Wednesday, July 13th

2nd floor North Wing

7:15pm

Look up here, I'm in heaven

Look up here, I’m in heaven

BRIC Arts Media

July 6, 2016 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

“A thing that is hoped or wished for but in fact is illusory or impossible to achieve.”

Performances by exhibition artist David Antonio Cruz, and artists Jaamil Olawale Kosoko and David Thomson that explore contradictions in identity, freedom, and materiality of the black/brown body.
Tanz Farm presents Malcolm Low | In the thrust towards the future (2015)

Tanz Farm presents Malcolm Low | In the thrust towards the future (2015)

March 26-28, 2015
Tanz Farm
Atlanta, GA

Malcolm Low's
In the thrust towards the future…I want to leave something of use
Venus Rising: Seeing through Blackness, Laughing Through Whiteness

Venus Rising: Seeing through Blackness, Laughing Through Whiteness

A collaboration with the artist Tony Whitfield. Initiated as a somewhat traditional interaction between photographer and model, this work represents the unexpected intersection of distinctly different artistic practices and has become phase one in a collaboration between choreographer/performance artist David Hamilton Thomson and artist/designer Tony Whitfield exploring maturation in an idiosyncratic racialized body.      
Venus Redux (2014)

Venus Redux (2014)

During a two-week residency at The Invisible Dog, I focused on building new material, setting a structure, creating text to overlay, and continuing to explore a 360° performance field.
Mash (2013)

Mash (2013)

March 25 ,2013
Movement Research at Judson
conceived and directed by David Thomson
performed by Anna Azrieli, Marya Wethers, Malcolm Low, Jodi Bender
Hunger (2012)

Hunger (2012)

June 24 ,2012
Movement Research at Judson Church
conceived & directed by david thomson
movement by david thomson
text by okwui okpokwasili
performed by david thomson & okwui okpokwasili
Alain Buffard | Baron Samedi (2012)

Alain Buffard | Baron Samedi (2012)

Premiered in April 2012 at the Théâtre de Nîmes in France, Alain Buffard’s Baron Samedi is named after a Haitian “Vaudou” spirit. A tutelary figure for the work, Baron Samedi invokes ghosts, extracts the perfect dancing body and is a symbol of visibility in life and invisibility in death. Buffard continues his longstanding connection with...
Parallels: The End (2012)

Parallels: The End (2012)

March 30 ,2012
Danspace Project
Parallels: The End
Solo conceived and performed by David Thomson

Ralph Lemon curated this closing event inviting twelve performers into a marathon event.
Velvet (2012)

Velvet (2012)

February 3, 2012
Roulette

a collaboration/introduction....including mayhem, desire, thoughts and consequences
One-Shot #2 (2010)

One-Shot #2 (2010)

One-Shot is a video relay One-Shot is a solo performance relay for the internet curated by Sarah Maxfield and produced in collaboration with the Gibney Dance Center.
Considering an Exhibition (2009)

Considering an Exhibition (2009)

A photographer wrestles with his conscience in his small attic studio at night. In a crisis of faith, he keeps returning to his stark black-and-white images for proof that what he does matters. After a bath, image and reality merge into a new beginning. By Marta Renzi, with David Hamilton Thomson, camera Jake Goldwasser, photos...
Bear Lake (2007)

Bear Lake (2007)

 
51st (dream) state: The Aftermath (2006)

51st (dream) state: The Aftermath (2006)

from Sekou Sundiata's 51st (dream) state (2006) 51st (dream) State is nationally acclaimed poet Sekou Sundiata’s contemplation of America’s national identity, power in the world and guiding mythologies. The work, which Sundiata imagined as his poetic and personal “State of the American Soul Address,” explores how America defines itself in a new era characterized by unprecedented...
Hotel Civilization (2006)

Hotel Civilization (2006)

51st (dream) State is nationally acclaimed poet Sekou Sundiata’s contemplation of America’s national identity, power in the world and guiding mythologies.
51st (dream) state: Fully Human (2006)

51st (dream) state: Fully Human (2006)

from Sekou Sundiata's 51st (dream) state Conceived and written by Sekou Sundiata
Home (2002)

Home (2002)

This project was inspired by an issue of 2wice Magazine and the desire to revisit the meaning of home. I created the blueprint and designed a series of houses with an inserted ‘welcome mat’ the would unroll to reveal the text as you followed the pointing finger. These homes were made and then sent off to...