Object Place(for Astor Place)

Curated by DoT Arts and Events | SummerStreets

Creating presence with the city as theatrical arena. Three performers guided participants in an interactive walk bringing attention to traveling bodies in time and history. What do we leave behind as we move?

images by Savannah Lee

images by Savannah Lee


Madame Ovary

We had a stupendous world premiere at the Flea Theater! Highlights below!


In The Balance Podcast interview with Jody!

“The Body-Brain-Gut of the Matter: Jody Oberfelder on Neuroscience and Movement” Click the image below to listen.

Image by wowe

Image by wowe


Catch Object Place at Plymouth University UK as a part of Walking’s New Movements conference Nov. 1-3

Object Place is a space suggesting clues to moving treasures, a place that heightens awareness of the inner energy of objects and people. The goal is to provide an experience of being a witness and participant in the construction of a changeable space in real time.


Remember when Jody was performing at the MoMA? Click the headline below for an inside look at the exhibit!

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Dance of the Neurons

featured in the February Issue of Labocine: Home of Films from the New Science Wave!

Check out the issue here!

Jody on NPR!

“Shall we Dance” is an hour on continuing innovations in American dance. Choreographer Donald Byrd uses dance to illuminate what it means to be black in America. Elizabeth Streb speaks with Kurt Andersen about how she defies gravity with her “extreme action” techniques. And how the salsa pioneers Celia Cruz and Johnny Pacheco got the world on its feet.

Check out all 4 episodes here!

Jody’s podcast debut!

"Movers and Shapers" is a semimonthly podcast hosted by Erin Carlisle Norton, Artistic Director of the NJ/NYC-based contemporary dance company The Moving Architects. This dance podcast allows dance communities around the globe to unite in one conversation through personalized interviews with the many ‘shapers’ of the dance world.

Click here to listen & download the podcast!

Click here to listen on Itunes!


Coming soon to a train station near you!

On the Move Shortly premiered at St. Pancras Station, London on July 30th, 2018! 

Click here for more information!

Photo by Marcin Owczarek

Photo by Marcin Owczarek


Edited by Eric Siegel and Jody Oberfelder


Check out our latest feature in the New York Times here.



What the press said about
The Brain Piece

photo by Heather Sten, NY Times

photo by Heather Sten, NY Times

Click the picture for the trailer!