Synkroniciti is excited to welcome the fascinating dance artist and filmmaker Julia Antinozzi, based in New York City. Her work walks the edges between dance, performance art and experimental filmmaking and contains intriguing allusions to literature, music and film. We will be featuring her film “There is No Rose” in our March 1st issue, appearing in a new incarnation. Spinning backdrops, distorted and fragmented motion and speech lead us into a disorienting and yet familiar world. How do we interpret the mystery of our own existence through the filter of our limited senses?
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Julia Antinozzi is a dance artist, gemini and optimist. She works through dance to manifest ideas.
Julia’s work has been presented at Jack Crystal Theater, Triskelion Arts, Spoke the Hub, The Craft, and HATCH Presenting Series in NYC. She brought her work on tour to Seattle (CHOP SHOP: Bodies of Work), Salt Lake City (Queer Spectra Arts Festival) and Copenhagen DK (GAME Streetmekka København). Her work was featured in online publications Apricity Press and New Dance Alliance’s Performance Mix 34. She earned her BA in Dance and Astronomy from Smith College, graduating cum laude with high honors in Dance. Julia has most recently performed with ChristinaNoel and Creature, Phoebe Berglund Dance Troupe, Javier Padilla and Mia Martelli.
Check out her website.
Photo by Aeric Meredith Goujon