Roman Paska / Dead Puppet
an open rehearsal of their current work in progress:
ECHO IN CAMERA
The Watermill Center | Wednesday, February 13 at 6pm
The Watermill Center has moved the present current artist-in-residence, Roman Paska / Dead Puppet’s open rehearsal presentation of their current work in progress Echo in Camera to Wednesday, February 13th at 6pm due to the weather.
Echo in Camera is a performance that recasts the Orpheus legend as a puppet play-within-a-play. Their work in residence at Watermill has focused on the development of the performance through discussions, improvisations and rehearsals, particularly on refining the performance technique with puppets created uniquely for the production.
Following the presentation there will be a brief Q&A with the creator Roman Paska as well as a reception with all the artists.
Image: Puppet from Roman Paska's Echo in Camera. Photo by Nick Mangafas
When & Where
The Watermill Center
The Watermill Center, operated by the Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation, is a laboratory for performance founded by Robert Wilson as a unique environment for young and emerging artists from around the world to explore new ideas.
Watermill draws inspiration from all the arts and cultures as well as from social, human and natural sciences.
Watermill is a global community of artists. Living and working together among the extensive collection of art and artifacts lies at the heart of the Watermill experience.
Watermill is a haven for the next generations of artists, supporting their work among a network of international institutions and venues that embrace new interdisciplinary approaches.