PASS: jardín salvaje by rebeca medina

jardín salvaje is a sound map and durational dance work that guides the audience through the physical and temporal landscape of Snug Harbor. It is an invitation to observe in detail three solos that take place in the gardens. It is simply an excuse to listen, walk slowly and honor the land as it was, as it is and as it will be. The movement score relates to plants and animals through instinct and listening. It is an insistence on moving the body in unison with the wind, in duet with the water, in dissonance with the leaves of the trees, in accordance with the flies, in trust with the roots. We are interested in multispecies relationships and the legacy of the territory in our bodies.

WHEN: October 2 | 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Dancers will perform from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM and then again from 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM. You can walk through the audio tour at any point between 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM, in conjunction with or independent from the performances.

WHERE: Check in and ticketing at Cottage A

ADMISSION: General admission $10 | Snug Harbor Members $8


Movers: rebeca medina, Tatyana Tenenbaum, and Mor Mendel
Sound map design:  Jean Carla Rodea

Masks and social distancing are required for all participants. This event will adhere to city and state guidelines related to Covid-19.

About the Artists

rebeca medina. Improviser. Dancer. Choreographer. Student of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy. Admirer of plants and disciple of their secrets. Interested in the magic of time and the power of community. Addicted to interdisciplinary collaborations. Curious about slow rhythms. Immigrant from Bogotá, Colombia. She has had the privilege of performing and collaborating with the theater company Sister Sylvester, Alex Borinsky, Dai Jian, Yoshiko Chuma and The School of Hard Knocks, Megan Byrne, Alex Zaccarello, Tatyana Tenenbaum, among others. She gave birth to her first child in July 2021.

PASS: Performing Arts Salon Saturdays residency program is made possible through generous lead support from the Howard Gilman Foundation, with additional support from the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council. Snug Harbor is a proud partner with the CUNY Dance Initiative.