WAM recently hired Boris Oicherman, the curator for the Target Studio for Creative Collaboration (learn all about him here). The Target Studio for Creative Collaboration is a permanent space at the museum that is dedicated entirely to supporting the wildly cross-disciplinary artistic collaborations. As Boris gets settled in at the University, there are many people to meet, plans to make, and connections to be formed. That’s why Boris is eager to hear from you, “I’m here to support lasting relationships…
This summer the Weisman is partnering with the BodyCartography Project to offer a series of performances. Each piece is centered around a dancer/audience collaboration.
Lineage is a collection of dances, videos, and stories that are constantly evolving and specially constructed for the Weisman Art Museum by BodyCartography Project.
“Lineage draws lines between who I am related to, who I relate to, and how I relate and make relations between my artistic lineage with my ancestral heritage. I endeavor to use “artistic genealogy”, a creative interaction with my Norwegian ancestors and the ways that their lives have been recorded, in combination with influences from the work of Steve Paxton and Lisa Nelson as a new way of creating dance.” Otto Ramstad
No RSVP is required to attend the Lineage performances.