Edwige de Montalembert is a French filmmaker based in Paris. After a masters degree in modern literature at theSorbonne, she pursued her ambition to become a professional filmmaker and graduated from the London Film Academy in 2014. In 2015, Edwige started a global contemporary art film project consisting in making short documentaries about the creativity of young artists. Appreciating various areas such as visual art, dance and choreography or costume design and scenography, the film project reflects how artists question society and integrate their artistic and personal identity in their work. Edwige started collaborating with Curet Performance Project in 2015 with Voiceless in space, a dance video made in Paris. Pursuing her ambition of confronting dance and film, she is now developing a short about the 5th season of the company in New York.
Idan Morim is an Israeli born, Brooklyn based guitarist and composer. He attended the The Tel-Aviv conservatorium and served as a guitarist and arranger in the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces) already making a name for himself and working professionally since his teens. After establishing himself as an in-demand guitarist in Israel and while gravitating more towards improvised/new music Idan relocated to New York where he finished his bachelor's degree at the New School For Jazz in the west village. Within a short time after his relocating to Brooklyn Idan is already vibrantly active amongst the Rock, Jazz and improvised music scene, collaborating with some of New York’s most acclaimed musicians as a sideman and a leader. Idan is currently involved with leading his trio and performing weekly around New York, as well as producing, performing and composing for a variety of artists. His first season working with Curet Performance Project as composer for new work Americana, premiering May 13th at Triskelion Arts.
Independent Chilean filmmaker Elisa Correa has worked in Chile, Argentina and the US for the past 6 years specializing in TV, advertising and film. Currently she is co - producing, co – editing and co –directing with filmmaker Helen Redmond a documentary short series called “Don’t talk, just listen”. The documentary is about the residents who live in Community Access, a non-profit organization that provides housing programs. Elisa is also developing a new documentary feature called “Americana”. The film explores contemporary dance choreographer Megan Curet’s emerging company, contemplating through dance the socio-political issues in our society. She is now in preproduction on her next documentary feature called “Gen” with filmmaker Rosalie Visceglia. The film is about the shocking increase in gentrification specifically in Brooklyn, NY.
Jason Fok (Lighting Designer) Mr. Fok is a Queens based lighting designer for theatre and dance. Design credits include work with TerraNova Collective, Todd Henry Movement, Middle Voice Theatre, Theatre 167, Met Breuer, Teatro SEA, Stella Adler, Cre·Art Project, Flushing Town Hall, Queensboro Community College, Artisphere, Cervantes Institute, Museum Of Jewish Heritage, Bernie Whol Center, Red Caravan, Davenport Theatre, The Tank, Dixon Place, The Wild Project, Targin Margin, Choral Chameleon, Flamboyan, Coyote Dancers, and Ithaca College among others. Mr. Fok holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Design and Production from Ithaca College. www.jasonfok.com. Fok is the newest lighting and technical designer for Curet Performance Projects 4th season.
Bluelight is an experimental R&B quintet with strong roots in jazz and hiphop and an even stronger sense of community. Akron Ohio native Philip Anderson as composer, band leader, vocalist and keyboardist brings a "confidently vulnerable and heavily emotional delivery" to the band's rare and exclusive live performances. Anderson continues to innovate outside of bluelight as well, working with top musicians in their cities around the country to bring to life "Live From 2 Cities," a new series of long distance collaborations over time and space. Much more to come from one of the most promising creative forces to come out of the region. See and hear what they're talking about: www.philipandersonmusic.com. Bluelight collaborated with Curet Performance Project at the start of season 4 in NYC with a premier at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn. Bridging together dance and music.
Frida Foberg is a Swedish born artist and architect. In 2012 she started her own freelance based practice and has executed several collaborative designs, workshops, exhibitions and installations, all with her interest in the interaction between art, space and stories. She worked closely with Curet Performance, designing and constructing their set-designs at the Triskelion Art Center in 2014. The same year, she was granted by the Cultural Affairs Agency of Oslo for a collaborative community- based workshop and installations “Rom i Byen for Byen”.
After working for the artist Vito Acconci, and the architect firm VAMOS Architects in NYC, Frida is now currently a Resident Fellow and Co-Directing the Artist in Residence program at Arts Letters & Numbers Headquarters in Averill Park, NY.
Jana Prager is a choreographer, lighting designer, and technician hailing from Long Island, New York. Currently living in London, Jana is finishing her MFA in Choreography at the University of Roehampton. In addition to her extensive work in lighting design and stage management, Jana is also in the early stages of her own dance company, Jana Prager Dance Theatre.