The Uta Bauhaus Uta piece is being performed and reinterpreted again at
Brunnenstr. 187 10119 Berlin
in Berlin on March 2nd 2017, 7 pm. Costumes by Uta Bekaia and Uta Brauser, music by Heidi Lorenz Wettach-Hussa, performers Andrew Clarke (New Zealand) and Bianca Lozano Sanders (Spain).
the energies encounter of male and female
The first piece was created in coordination with the Bauhaus Babies exhibit at Odetta gallery, Bushwick NY, December 17 2016
229 Cook St, Brooklyn NY 11206
Celebrating this beautiful exhibition with Richard Bottwin, Ryan Sarah Murphy, Sylvia Schwartz
closing reception 6 – 8pm
Dec 17, 2016
a collaborative movement piece at 7 pm
Uta Bauhaus Uta
performance piece by Uta Brauser,
with Jetaime Pizarro and Amber Lee
Frida expressed herself very strongly in her paintings, although considered surrealist,she painted her own realities.
The flowers to remain in the universe symbolize the female, a delicate soul, hoping for permanence and unperishable presence.
Uta’s live action painting creates a Frida portrait, then a wheelchair Frida adds the flowers to the painting, the “super flower Frida” will spread more petals into the area, room and audience.
performed at the UP NYC performance art festival April 21 at Paper Box, Brooklyn.
For the evolved Urbanite presenting Evolve Wear and Digi Skins, a poetic take on wearables for 2020, environmentally sensitive, iconic, with creative humor.
hoboken film factory: evolve wear – digi skins
March 20 2012 Monroe Center for the Arts
720 Monroe street, Hoboken NJ 07030.
The continued dialog about fashion and our expressions in the context of environment and philosophy will keep pushing for new ideas, developments and nurture new attitudes and consciousness about self.
Performers, models: Janice Ducate, Lisa Greco, Lauren Malinovski, Caridad Rivera, Shamecca (sunshine), Wickett Ophelia, Lauren Marie
With video projections the threedimensional costumes gain a 4th dimension
through moving images, a costume-performance series DIGI SKINS.
Animation graphics by Kaliptus.
Concept and design: a collaboration between Uta Brauser and Kaliptus
photo Cathleen McDonald