Located at the Camera Obscura Art Lab.
Grace is inviting dumpling makers from all cultures to demonstrate their delicious traditions. Dumpling students and observers please pay $5 towards ingredients; dumpling experts, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org; we?d love your participation!
Grace Hwang is a multidisciplinary artist and educator whose movement practice is fueled by improvising new forms through ensemble work and rule-based play. Often working with artists of different disciplines, she is deeply invested in the relationship between agency and collectivity in collaboration. She is developing a performance with collaborator Heisue Chung-Matheu that reflects upon the 1992 Los Angeles Riot/Uprising through memory, archive and the act of memorializing. It will be presented at Highways Performance Space in February 2017. She will utilize her residency at Camera Obscura Art Lab as a hybrid art and dance studio to research and generate material and props for the production. Participants and visitors are invited to a series of papermaking and movement workshops and partake in the final performance event in April.