Synkroniciti is excited to welcome back dancer, choreographer and experimental filmmaker Julia Antinozzi, based in New York City. “Daylong Breathing,” with music of the same name by Orlando-based Eola, is an exploration of flow and energy through music, dance and creative video techniques. We see motion repeated, distorted and broken down before our eyes. One must assert that pixels are not curved, but we see waves of pixels that play with that conviction. The layering of beautifully crafted and executed movement with distortion is fascinating and beautiful.
To view Julia’s mesmerizing video art performance in the new issue of Synkroniciti, “Flow,” please subscribe or purchase the issue here: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/.
Julia Antinozzi is a dance artist, gemini, and optimist.
Her choreographic work has been presented at the Jack Crystal Theater, Triskelion Arts, Arts on Site, Balance Arts Center, Spoke the Hub, and New Dance Alliance in NYC, nationally at CHOP SHOP in Seattle and Queer Spectra Arts in Salt Lake City, internationally in Copenhagen, and featured in online publications Apricity Press, Synkroniciti Magazine and Residual Believers. She was a 2021 Artist in Residence at The Floor on Atlantic.
Julia currently performs with ChristinaNoel & The Creature and Phoebe Berglund Dance Troupe. Additional performance credits include Bebe Miller, Shayla-Vie Jenkins, Javier Padilla, and Barbie Diewald. She earned her BA in Dance and Astronomy from Smith College graduating cum laude, and holds a Postgraduate Diploma from the Copenhagen Contemporary Dance School in Denmark.
Here’s an excerpt from an article in Synkroniciti’s “Present” issue (3:1). We featured her video, “There Is No Rose.” You can purchase the issue here and watch the video.