In this studio visit, Jessica Cook discusses her piece entitled Dog Flats which incorporates a mapped pattern with performers working off of each other, simultaneously performing, dancing and creating sound and a live score.
Dog Flats sees three women using objects, materials, and movement patterns to create a live multi-layered sound score amidst personal investigation to architecture, work/labor, disaster, and historic iconography.
Performance date: 04/02/2018
Jessica Cook is a Brooklyn-based multi-disciplinary artist originally from Durham, NC She graduated from SUNY Purchase in 2005 with a BFA in modern dance performance. She has performed her work in Judson Memorial Church, New Museum, Spring Break Art Fair, Westway, Pieter Performance Space in LA, and others. Cook has performed in New York City for 12 years, most recently with Milka Djordjevich/Chris Peck, Kim Brandt, Phoebe Berglund, and Laurel Atwell, and frequently on Roulette’s stage.