A College of Architecture + The Arts alumna and faculty member are performing at the Third Annual Miami Performance International Festival ’14.
Marilyn Loddi (BFA ’14) and Associate Professor Pip Brant are representing Miami/United States at the festival, which features artists from across the globe. On Saturday, June 21st, Marilyn Loddi (BFA ’14) led an Eggplantian Guided Meditation at Edge Zones Project, which was met with wide participation and positive feedback from attendees. On Sunday, June 29th, Associate Professor Pip Brant will perform with Duane Brant at the Miami Beach Botanical Garden (2000 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139).
“Miami Performance International Festival ‘14 is a much-needed networking platform for the art community and brings together the most important artists from Latin America, Asia, the Caribbean and Europe in the field of performance art. M/P ’14 aims toprovide a public platform for remarkable, unusual and engaged performances. Performance art is primarily geared to the creation of an ephemeral art. The Festival offers the public an opportunity to discover a realm at the edge of artistic disciplines. Unlike theater and dance, all MP ‘14 performances have no designated areas nor are they presented on a stage, but rather on the floor, dissolving the boundary between the artists and viewers.” The Third Annual Miami Performance International Festival ’14 is curated by Charo Oquet, with artists from the Argentina, Colombia, Japan, UK, Poland, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Austria and USA. (Source: Third Annual Miami Performance International Festival ’14)
The featured image is a screenshot from the Third Annual Miami Performance International Festival ’14 website.
The images below of Marilyn Loddi’s (BFA ’14) ‘Eggplantian Guided Meditation’ are provided by Charo Oquet.