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LEIMAY (CAVE Org)
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States

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CAVE SUBSIDIZED STUDIO SHARE RESIDENCY OPEN CALL

CAVE SUBSIDIZED STUDIO SHARE RESIDENCY OPEN CALL   CAVE, one of Williamsburg’s longest-running experimental art spaces, hosts year-long subsidized studio share residency to five individual/groups.…Continue

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Started Jul 14, 2010

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Status
Arts Organization
Discipline(s)
Theater, Dance, Visual Arts
Your Artistic Background/Mission
LEIMAY is an umbrella for the work of Ximena Garnica and Shige Moriya, and the work of these two artists in collaboration, which ranges from photography, video art, art installations, and dance-theater pieces to interdisciplinary collaborations and training projects. Rooted in the body, LEIMAY's collaborations exist at the interconnection of sound, visual, choreographic, and dramatic elements. In keeping with LEIMAY's aesthetics and values, Garnica and Moriya also lead CAVE-a workspace devoted to the development of performance and installation art located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Operating since 1996, CAVE endeavors to establish an environment that attracts, provokes, and supports exchange, generative confrontation, and collaboration among culturally diverse artists and audiences. By providing training and presenting opportunities, studio and living spaces, producing risk-taking work in the visual and performing arts, and creating a backbone structure to sustain the dance, media, and interdisciplinary work of LEIMAY, CAVE provides an exploratory arena and support system for its resident and community artists.



Operating since 1996, CAVE endeavors to establish an environment that attracts, provokes, and supports exchange, generative confrontation, and collaboration among culturally diverse artists and audiences. By providing training and presenting opportunities, studio and living spaces, producing risk-taking work in the visual and performing arts, and creating a backbone structure to sustain the dance, media, and interdisciplinary work of LEIMAY, CAVE provides an exploratory arena and support system for its resident and community artists. LEIMAY is an umbrella for the work of Ximena Garnica and Shige Moriya, and the work of these two artists in collaboration, which ranges from photography, video art, art installations, and dance-theater pieces to interdisciplinary collaborations and training projects. Rooted in the body, LEIMAY's collaborations exist at the interconnection of sound, visual, choreographic, and dramatic elements. In keeping with LEIMAY's aesthetics and values, Garnica and Moriya also lead CAVE-a workspace devoted to the development of performance and installation art located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Your Creative Influences
life, people, nature, technology
If you are not in New York City, what are your ties to New York's Asian American artistic community?
My work is created/shown/produced in NYC regularly
Web Link
http://www.cavearts.org

LEIMAY (CAVE Org)'s Blog

About CAVE

Founded in 1996 and organized as a non-profit organization in 2004, CAVE is now one of the longest running experimental art spaces in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, NY. CAVE strives to provide an explorative arena and support system for the artistic development by hosting studio workspace, educational workshops, performance opportunities and… Continue

Posted on June 11, 2010 at 11:50am

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At 4:40am on March 7, 2013, black said…

hi be my friend here

At 4:02pm on August 25, 2010, Nico Daswani said…
Hello Ximena and friends! Long time no see. How are you? I hope you will join us for "Produce It Yourself: Plays" event on Sept. 15, with playwright Anna Moench and discussants Jorge Ortoll (Ma-Yi), Tisa Chang (Pan Asian Rep), Melanie Joseph (Foundry Theatre), Rehana Mirza (Desipina) and Lloyd Suh (Second Generation). It promises to be fun, spirited and inspirational! More information here: http://aaartsalliance.org/page/brainstorm-2 - let me know-
At 4:02pm on June 15, 2010, Nico Daswani said…
Hola CAVE! Where have you been? We have missed you at Town Hall! How are preparations for Butoh Kan going? Glad to see you here on a4Hub, welcome--
At 12:48pm on June 11, 2010, a4 - Network Admin said…
Thanks, Happy Friday to you too CAVE!
 
 
 

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