InSitu Site Specific Dance Festival
Jul
8
Jul 9

InSitu Site Specific Dance Festival

  • Gantry State Park

Audience of One

Performed by Hannah Wendel, Mary Madsen, Pierre Guilbault

Site: Red Adirondack Chairs on Platforms hidden in the reeds at Gantry State Park  Long Island City

All Choreography is Too Long: Dig Dance Celebrates Three Decades of Fridays at Noon
May
19
8:00 pm20:00

All Choreography is Too Long: Dig Dance Celebrates Three Decades of Fridays at Noon

  • 1395 Lexington Avenue New York, NY, 10128 United States

Jody Performs a Solo on May 19th!

Celebrate Fridays at Noon, 1986-2016, with a raucous string of short choreographies by Fridays at Noon artists seen over the decades.

  • May 19: 1986-1995 
  • May 20: 1996-2005
  • May 21: 2005-2016

We explore the short form as described by Doris Humphrey in her pithy quote, "All choreography is too long!”

 

Whitney Biennial 2017
Mar
4
6:00 pm18:00

Whitney Biennial 2017

  • Whitney Museum of American Art

Jody performing in Asad Raza’s Installation "Root sequence. Mother tongue, 2017” on the 6th floor. 

two private showings
Jan
6
Jan 8

two private showings

  • Randy Warshaw Studio

Doors open 15 min before! 
Buzz 2F!!

The Brain Piece illuminates the "dance" that continuously takes place in our minds. The project creates tangible and interactive experiences. Dance, music, film, and words enliven the inner life of the brain through overlapping perceptual domains. Oberfelder wants the audience to experience dance as a language that goes directly to the brain. Part One, cerebral and sensorial, provides an immersive installation (Mind Matters/Head Space) leading into Part Two (World of the Brain), a performance in the theater. 

 

this dinner is a group show
May
21
7:00 pm19:00

this dinner is a group show

  • sweden

"This Dinner is a Group Show" curated by Charlotte Birnbaum
Performance  "Feet Fountain" Solo for Jody OberfelderFireworks project in collaboration with artist Sandra Kranich, Music: Sean HagertyStockholm, Sweden