Camilo Godoy, Rehearsal, 2020. Courtesy the artist
Join New Museum Artist-in-Residence Camilo Godoy for a workshop that will use sound to inspire dance. Using improvisation and movement strategies, Godoy will lead participants in the development of new choreographic material inspired by sounds produced by their own bodies and the natural world around them, including the waterways around Manhattan. The workshop will inform Godoy’s new performance work exploring mourning practices and the resilience found in bodily joy and pleasure as part of his residency at the New Museum. No prior dance experience is necessary, and people of all physical abilities are encouraged to participate.
Learn more about “Camilo Godoy: renacemos a cada instante,” the New Museum’s 2023-2024 artist-in-residence, here.
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Camilo Godoy (b. Bogotá, Colombia; he/him) is a New York-based artist whose practice spans photography, performance, pedagogy, and archival production. Godoy has participated in residencies at Movement Research, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), coleção moraes-barbosa, Recess, and SOLARIS; and has been exhibited in New York at Brooklyn Museum, Leslie-Lohman Museum, OCDChinatown, PROXYCO Gallery; and Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogotá; Moody Center, Houston; UNSW Galleries, Sydney; Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Quito; among others. He has performed at Danspace Project, Movement Research at the Judson Church, Center for Performance Research, Toronto Biennial, and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm.
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