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"Insides" by Taiwanese choreographer Chia-Ying Kao at Triskelion Arts

  • Date:2013-11-25

Chia-Ying Kao, recently selected to participate in the 2013 International Choreographers’ Residency at the American Dance Festival, is invited to present “Insides”, her newest work as part of the Triskelion Arts Split Bill series on December 12 & 15, 2013. “Insides”, which is inspired by the novel “The Knight in Rusty Armor”, physicalizes the intent and inner dialogue through which we define and examine ourselves. Please join us with these two wonderful performances.

 Chia-Ying Kao is a Taiwanese independent dance artist, based in New York City since 2004. She received her MFA degree in Dance from Sarah Lawrence College where she earned the Bessie Schonberg Award in 2012. Her works has been presented at the Center for Performance Research, Dixon Place, Chen Dance Center, Queens Public Library Auditorium, Northport Library Auditorium, Page Auditorium at Duke University, Tribeca Film Festival, Manhattan's Union Square for a dance installation, Roulette NYC, the Taipei Cultural Arts Center, and Hualien Cultural Arts in Taiwan.

Chia-Ying has collaborated with choreographers, dancers, and institutions such as Sara Rudner, Yvonne Rainer, Paz Tanjuaquio, Bill T. Jones, Hou Ying, Panoramasian Dance Project, Chinese Theatre Works, Chinese-American Arts & Culture Association, New York Chinese Cultural Center, and Earl Mosley Diversity of Dance, among others. She is also the recipient of the 2012-2013 Topaz Arts Choreography Residency Program and was invited to take part in the 2012 International Choreographers’ Residency at the American Dance Festival in Henan, China. In April 2013, Chia-Ying premiered a new work “The Strange Wait”, originally commissioned by the Ear to the Ground program of New York’s Chen Dance Center.

▲Information of “Insides”:

Time: December 12th and 15th at 8PM, 2013

Venue: Zoo Theater at Triskelion Arts.

118 North 11th Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Tickets: $12 (

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Contact: Chia-Ying Kao, 646.266.6066.