Artists-In-Residence 2016

Abigail Hobbs

Sat 07 May, 2016, 8pm,
The Sunview Luncheonette

Adopting the old newsreel/serial/feature film format and staged in the meeting-house-­like setting of the Sunview Luncheonette, ABIGAIL HOBBS explores subjugation and its remedy, from Salem Village to the Port Haven Psychiatric Facility, through live multichannel sound improvisation, projection+ historical reenactment.

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Chris Abrahams

Wed 18 May, 2016, 8pm,
22 Boerum Place, Brooklyn

Celebrated pianist Chris Abrahams appears in a rare New York solo performance at ISSUE Project Room’s 22 Boerum Place theater. Perhaps best known as the piano player with the long form trio the Necks, Abrahams' music explores the resonating properties of the vibrating piano string.

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Kim Brandt by Bradley Buehring, 2015.

Artists-In-Residence 2015

Kim Brandt: Clear Night

Fri 20 May, 2016, 8pm,
Pioneer Works: 159 Pioneer Street, Brooklyn 11231

A collaborative presentation of ISSUE & Pioneer Works’ Artist-In-Residence programs, Clear Night is a series of related but distinct performances in which dancers deploy a variety of movement systems to proliferate tones, surfaces, and landscapes. A different work will be presented for 8 continuous days.

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Cecilia Corrigan by Dan McMahon

Artists-In-Residence 2016

Ongoing Series

ISSUE Project Room is pleased to announce the selection experimental musician Keith Connolly, and author/actress Cecilia Corrigan as Artists-In-Residence, to present new works in the 2016 season. Established in 2006, ISSUE's residency program commissions emerging NY artists to create challenging time-based works.


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In the News

Artist-In-Residence Lea Bertucci performs "The Cepheid Variations I" in January 2015.

2015: The Year In Video

Following the start of construction on our Downtown Brooklyn theater in February, ISSUE took its programs on the road, presenting hundreds of artists in more than 20 venues across the city. We celebrate the close of the season with a look back at video some of our favorite performances.