"Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. "
― Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass
NUUM is a collective of artists committed to a multi-disciplinary approach to creating performance work.
We are choreographers, composers, programmers, visual artists and interaction designers who seek out the paradox inherent to working in one discipline through the lens of an adjacent form.
As in sculpture, we choreograph stillness.
So that movement, like rhythm is felt rather than seen.
Rhythm and pitch are laid out visually in space so we can more fully inhabit the dimension of time.
The abstraction of words and geometries puts into relief the specificity of the human form.
And technology exists to create space for what the human mind can do.
From left to right, we are NiNi Dongnier, Mimi Yin, Tiriree Kananuruk.
Technology and the Evolving Craft of Dance
by Tamara Johnson Southwest Contemporary, Dec 1, 2019
Field Work in Motion: NiNi Dongnier on Designing Interactive Spaces
by Maxine Flasher-Duzgunes, Washington Square News, Nov 26, 2019
Mimi Yin: Dancing With Machines
by Victoria Lubas, Download, Nov 12, 2019
Breaking the System: Sound and Technology in the Art of Tiri Kananuruk
by Celine Katzman, Mana Contemporary, May 31, 2019