QUILL HOUSE is a sonic visual theater piece on invisibility, identity, and the search for self in a world fraught with injustice.
International Human Rights Art Festival presents
QUILL HOUSE (performance; 50 minutes)
Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 1:00PM
195 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10009
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QUILL HOUSE is an immersive sonic visual theater experience by Karen Cellini & Gabrielle Senza that explores invisible truths, the unseen realms of experience, and the founding of self. Through movement, sound, and ethereal elements, multidisciplinary artists Karen Cellini and Gabrielle Senza present a layered collage of visual and sonic experiences that delve into the subconscious realities and conscious fictions of the psycho-emotional realms of existence in a world fraught with injustice.
Co-written and produced by Karen Cellini and Gabrielle Senza.
Set and lighting design by Meryl Joseph.
Karen Cellini is a live performance collage artist experimenting with text, sound, and media in the vibrational, psychological and emotional landscape through singing, writing, music, and activism. Her play, The Good Mother: Making The Invisible, Visible was written with an incarcerated heroin addict giving voice to victims of violence and addiction. She starred in Dynasty and later co-produced Doctor Zhivago on Broadway, the iconic Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding, among other plays and film projects. She holds an MFA from Sarah Lawrence and was Writing for Performance Candidate mentored by Carl Hancock Rux at CalArts. www.KarenCellini.com
Gabrielle Senza exhibits, lectures, and performs internationally. Her socially engaged art initiatives, including Walk Unafraid, Seeing Red, and The Collaborative Scroll have toured through cities in the US and Europe and earned her awards from Transart Institute for Creative Research, the Puffin Foundation, Assets for Artists, and MASS MoCA among others. Gabrielle is a returning Fellow at ZK/U Berlin – The Center for Art & Urbanistics where she first launched Invisibility Lab in 2017, a participatory multi-cultural creative research project that investigates the phenomenon of invisibility and aspects of the unseen. www.gabriellesenza.com
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INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ART FESTIVAL
November 12-18, 2018
The International Human Rights Art Festival is thrilled to announce its 2018 Festival, co-produced by and held at the Wild Project, from November 12-18, 2018. The Festival will comprise 30 events and 100+ artists, presenting advocacy performances and art which bring together beauty, sincerity, vulnerability and engagement to open a space for healing, discussion and social change.
Full Festival Schedule
Individual Show Tickets: $20
Full week pass $50.
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