|Oxbow. Photo: Andy Romer.|
Which artist do you admire from a field other than your own?
|The Experience of Green, 2009. Paper and wood.|
Any advice you've gotten and ignored?
Most people advise us to make small salable objects.
What's the biggest risk you've taken?
As far as risk goes, collaborating by nature is a huge risk.
|Tug O' War, 2012. Paper and chairs.|
We rarely have shows in Brooklyn, so we are really looking forward to sharing this new work with our friends, supporters, and local art community.
What was the collaboration process like for Oxbow?
The collaboration process for Oxbow was a year long conversation with Ivy Baldwin. It was somewhat of an organic process that changed as we moved forward. There were four versions of the set in total and each changed considerably as we got closer to opening day at BAM. The piece was initiated by images conjured by the title and feedback from Ivy and the dancers. Ivy developed the dance movements in and around the piece from the very beginning and so the set and dance were integrally developed.
|White Stag, 2010. Paper and wood.|
Oxbow runs November 13—16 in the BAM Fisher.