The Parent Artist AIRspace Residency annually provides support for one parent artist working in the visual arts, music, curatorial practice, and/or literary arts.
With support from the Sustainable Arts Foundation, Abrons is pleased to announce the re-launch of its Parent Artist AIRspace Residency. This residency will provide studio space, an artist fee, a child care stipend, and opportunities for intergenerational engagement.
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2022 Parent Artist AIRspace Residents
Yuli Sung delves into sacred objects and images that have disappeared or existed from the past to the present, and reconsiders the symbolic meaning they contain from a contemporary point of view. By exploring symbolic images used in various cultures and eras, she visualizes the changing relationship among humans, non-human creatures, materials, and data through video and sculpture work.
Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith make feminist works that recontextualize bodily trauma. Their recent work includes gloria rehearsal (excerpt) (Baryshnikov Arts Center, 2022), Gloria (Abrons Arts Center,2021, New York Live Arts, 2022) Body Comes Apart (New York Live Arts, 2019, Documented by the New York Library for the Performing Arts, Jerome Robbins Dance Division), and Basketball (Baryshnikov Arts Center, 2017). Residencies and awards: 2021 Jerome Hill Fellowship Finalists, 2021/2022 Artists in Residence at Movement Research, 2020/2021 Jerome Foundation AIRSpace Residency at Abrons Art Center, 2019 BACSpace Residency at Baryshnikov Arts Center, 2018 Bessie Schonberg Fellows at The Yard, 2018 DiP Residency Artists at Gibney, Featured as one of Alastair Macaulay’s “Best Dance of 2017” in The New York Times, 2013 New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award Nomination for Emerging Choreographer. Molly freelance dances for Luciana Achugar, Donna Uchizono, Wally Cardona, Keely Garfield, and others, and received a 2016 New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Award for her body of work as a performer. Molly is featured on the March 2016 Cover of Dance Magazine’s Issue on “New York’s Freelance Dance Stars.” She is a Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC), and taught dance as an adjunct at the New School, Bennington College, Sarah Lawrence, and Connecticut College. Prior to dancing in New York for the last fifteen years, Molly taught high school special education in Brooklyn, and mentored at the Harlem Children’s Zone. Molly and her two children, Ruby and Gloria, and artist husband, Oren, live in South Brooklyn.
The Parent Artist AIRspace Residency is made possible with support from the Sustainable Arts Foundation.