team members report:
tuesday group is composed of three dancers, two visual artists, and three
musicians using interactive technology in their respective practise.
||Violinist Maja Cerar is pursuing a Ph.D. in musicology at Columbia
She has played as a soloist with renowned orchestras in Europe and gave
recitals at the Davos, Aspen, and Lockenhaus Music Festivals. Maja
Cerar has premiered and recorded numerous works that were written for and
dedicated to her.
||Isami Ching is a 1st year MFA candidate in the
Visual Arts Division, Columbia University. He is interested in the poetic uses of alcohol and an incurrable romantic. Call him: (646) 246-3380.|
||Alex Lee is the official wee-wee pad representative at the
Visual Arts Division, Columbia University. When not in awe in front of light blue hygienic products of our consumer culture, he can tell you about the different ways of looking occupied at your temp job.|
NB: he makes superb macaroni -oye!
||Nicholas Marantz is an undergraduate at Columbia College. He studies
||Composer Keith Moore is pursuing a Ph.D. in musicology at Columbia
||Liz Pearlman earned her B.A. in dance at Barnard
College. She dances professionaly in New York.|
||Malene Schjønning is a student in the international program at the Merce Cunningham studio. She studied modern dance and choreography at the Laban Center for Movement and Dance in London. She danced with Micado Dance Ensemble since 1989 in Copenhagen Denmark where she was born.
||Diana Torba earned her B.A. in dance at Barnard. She is pursuing a dance career in Los Angeles.|
||Dan Trueman is a musician and professor at the Computer Music Center. As our advisor on this project, he is glad this is all over and had a great time reading our group e-mails about wee-wee pads, correlative symbiotic macaroni and macaronic correlative symbiosis (he has kept them all).|