Over the course of the Infinite Rehearsal exhibition, each of the featured artists will participate in a public program in which they share a draft of a work in process. Join us tonight for a special preview of works in process by Shauna Davis and Marcella Lewis, followed by a discussion with the artists about the work.
Originally from South Florida, Shauna Davis is a creator, dancer, and filmmaker who makes cinematic and storied dance experiences influenced by history and the fantasy of the future. She was a 2020-2021 Resident Artist with La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club and has presented work at Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Opera Omaha, LA Opera, and The MOCA Geffen, among others. Through movement and storytelling, Shauna finds alternate and colorful ways to express the nuances of being, while encompassing themes of legacy, reclamation, and popular culture. As a dancer, Shauna has worked with artists such as The Weeknd, Olivia Rodrigo, and Shawn Mendes and has performed with No)One. Art House, LA Opera, Long Beach Opera and LA Chamber Orchestra. She is a graduate of the New World School of the Arts and Southern Methodist University, Meadows School of the Arts. Learn more about Shauna’s work at www.shaunadavis.org.
Marcella Lewis is a core member of Tribe Multidisciplinary Visual Arts and is a freelance artist, choreographer, and teacher in Los Angeles and New York. Lewis received her BFA from the Purchase Conservatory of Dance in 2016, where she was awarded the Adopt-A-Dancer Scholarship. She joined A.I.M by Kyle Abraham in fall 2016 as a dancer, soloist, and company liaison. She was featured with A.I.M in Dance Magazine in 2017 and was mentioned in the New York Times for the A.I.M’s Joyce season in 2018. Marcella Lewis is a recipient of the 2018 Princess Grace Award in Dance.
No)one. Art House is an oscillating collection of artists ranging across disciplines rooted in performance. Dedicated to creating opportunities for artistic collaboration, building audiences for the arts and providing learning opportunities, NOAH has presented itself throughout the site specific, fine art, and commercial avenues since 2014. Notable collaborations include the Getty Center, SAINT HERON, Hauser & Wirth, ACE Hotel, and Refinery 29.