choreographer and videographer
“I craft dance and video with the purpose of expressing the inner condition of underrepresented communities. My philosophy is to provide a habitat for experimentation, creation and reflection.”
“My mission as a choreographer is to exhaust the exploration of identity. My fascination lies in the dissection of the relationships of self and psyche and self and society. Who are we? What are we? Why are we what we are? Who are we in society? Using a highly physical vocabulary to relay a movement narrative, my dances are about the human experience, its complexity and subtleties, its splendor and futility.”
graphic designer and visual artist
Oscar Henriquez is a graphic designer and visual artist living and working in London. He is a graduate of The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art where he received a BFA...
Kim Olson’s work has been presented in independent venues and international festivals throughout the US, as well as Canada, Mexico, Japan, Scotland, Trinidad, Guatemala, and Germany...
composer and programmer
“My work makes use of the audience’s wholly modern skill of being able to deal with massive amounts of simultaneous information. Staged as something resembling a lecture, these pieces include text, music and a strong visual element. The subject area is broad, seeking to uncover the greatest number of connections between people and ideas in the smallest amount of time.”
Over the years, Avant Media has worked with many artists for one or two projects. These artists have helped shape individual works during the growth of Avant Media, but are not collaborating artists.
· Pressure, video & text
· Anger, videography
· Room, choreography
· Doleo Æternus, video editing
· One Wall — for John Cage, sculpture
· Anger, sculpture