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Ferrán Martín and Priscilla Marrero continue their research on the relationship between the fluid body and the architecture of objects.

Sculpture and Performance: Ferrán Martín

Choreography and Performance: Priscilla Marrero Performer: Kay Ottinger

Ferrán Martín & Priscilla Marrero 

Ferrán Martín is an interdisciplinary artist originally from Valencia, Spain. He is recognized for his work as an experimental sculptor with a focus in the public realm and performance. His work has been exhibited at Greene Naftali (NY), Miami Art Museum (FL) , Newman & Popiasvhilli Gallery (NY), Public Art Fund (NY), Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros (MEX), White Box (NY), St. Moritz Art Masters Festival 2011 (CH), Beijing Biennale 2009 (CH), among others.


Priscilla Marrero,  the Miami-born performer, choreographer, teaching artist and writer questions the physical embodiment through interdisciplinary performance rituals. Her work has received support from Movement Research at the Judson Church (NY), Inkub8 (FL) , Earthdance/Moving Alchemy with Sara Shelton Mann (MA), Miami Light Project (FL), Ponderosa Choreographic Module (GER), Miami-Dade Cultural Affairs (FL), amongst others. She is currently facilitating Español through Songs and Movements at the Calhoun Lower School.


Kay Ottinger graduated from Sarah Lawrence College and has been dancing, coordinating, and co-founding in New York since 2010. Her next project will be with Rebecca Davis at the Chocolate Factory in October. Kay also teaches pilates at New York Pilates, this spring at Juilliard, and in Jackson Heights where she now joyously lives. Kay also coordinates performance for Movement Research at Judson Church on Monday nights.

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