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THE SIX FOOT PLATFORM: MAR UNDAG AND ELLIOT KELLER: SKILLS AND SUCCESSIONS THE SIX FOOT PLATFORM AN EXPERIMENTAL ART + PERFORMANCE PROGRAM PRESENTING BROOKLYN-BASED ARTISTS ON A 6X6 PLATFORM ON WASHINGTON STREET (@WATER ST.) –BROOKLYN'S MOST PHOTOGRAPHED BLOCK. SUMMER SATURDAYS | 1 -8 PM --------------------------------------------------------- JULY 23 STILLS AND SUCCESSIONS BY MAR UNDAG AND ELLIOT KELLER -------------------------------------------------------- Stills and Successions is multi-media photographic installation, and durational dance/performative activation. It will be a transposition of a shorter duet we created for the stage that explored intimacy, loneliness, and togetherness during the first part of the pandemic. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Mar Undag, born in the islands of the Philippines, is a movement artist, choreographer, and educator who received his BFA in Modern Dance from University of Utan currently based in Brooklyn, NY. He teaches Dance Church and freelances as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher(dance and yoga) independently. Mar has had the opportunity to perform in works by various artists and dance companies including Salt II, Polaris Dance Theater, Repertory Dance Theater through their company dancer choreographed show, Emerge, and Shaun Keylock Company. Elliott Keller is an educator and movement artist based in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently on faculty at Wagner College on Staten Island where I teach Jazz and Contemporary dance courses. In 2021, he graduated from The University of Utah with a Master of Fine Arts in Modern Dance where I was the recipient of the L. Scott Marsh Mentorship Award and the LGBT Resource Center Scholarship. His current research is centered around intimacy, connection, and embodiment as it relates to the experience of being a gay man as well as the decolonization of Jazz dance. He is deeply passionate about his work as an educator and advocates for co-creating classrooms that are inclusive, empowering, and energizing. ------------------------------------------------------------------ PRESENTED BY THE DUMBO IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BROOKLYN ARTS COUNCIL

Venue: DUMBO Improvement District

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