Ivy Baldwin’s Oxbow At BAM: Complete Work & Behind The Scenes

“Oxbow at BAM”

We rarely post evening-length dance videos on DanceLand. Maybe that will change as we start to find more such videos with the high-quality production of the live performance above and the behind the scenes mini-doc below:

“Brooklyn-based choreographer Ivy Baldwin’s BAM debut with a new work commissioned by BAM and incubated during Baldwin’s time as the 2014 Harkness Foundation Artist in Residence at the BAM Fisher. The evening-length piece—created in collaboration with performers Anna Carapetyan, Lawrence Cassella, Eleanor Smith, Ryan Tracy, and Katie Workum—features a score composed and mixed live by Justin Jones and additional music composed and performed by Tracy.”

“[The work is] set within a sculptural landscape created by installation artists Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B. Nguyen and featuring costumes by Brooklyn-based fashion designer Alice Ritter.”

“The Making of Ivy Baldwin’s Oxbow”

Clyde F. Smith

DanceLand founder Clyde F. Smith has a PhD in Cultural Studies from OSU and performs improvisational dance in Working Sessions.