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Artists Wanna Be Heard?

If you wish to participate in “United We Sock”, and interdisciplinary performance Saturday, May 5th at Take the Stage. You can simply bring a poem, a song, or a reading to the Andrew Freedman Home at 3pm where Monica will be meeting the participants and giving out instructions for the performance.

No experience or memorization is necessary. For more information contact Monica at: moveschemer@gmail.com


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Save The Date

Mónica will be performing United We Sock, an interdisciplinary performance that includes dance and poetry. The performance will take place at the Andrew Freedman Home hosted by No Longer Empty as part of Take the Stage.

For more information about the institution and the event please visit: http://www.nolongerempty.org/nc/home/events/event/take-the-stage/

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Part II- 30 Performances

For Part I click here

A poem was written reflecting on the experience of wearing the socks for 30 days. The poem was performed in the 29 sites listed below. The sites were chosen based on invitation and the receptiveness of the crowd:

Penny’s Mic, Vagabond Cafe, Washington Square Park, Bar 82, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET), Wall Street, Yippie Cafe, One & One Bar, Central Park, The Nuyoricans Poet’s Cafe, ABC NO RIO, JUJUMUKTI, The Pyramid Club NYC, The Underground Live, Children’s Aid Society, Bar 13, The Bowery Poetry Club, Ann Beal Bocht Cafe, Paddy Reilly’s Music Bar, The Tea Lounge BK, The Brooklyn Lyceum, No Malice Palace, Back Fence, The Village Lantern,  LP Lounge,  Milux Cafe,  Milk Boy PA, L Train between First Ave & First stop in BK, Occupy Broadway…

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30 Days of Socks

This is Part I of a three-part project to culminate with performance involving movement and mixed media.

The first part, that started without warning, ignited the next two parts of the project.

I purchased a pair of socks for a work contest. The contest, sponsored by Rockchippers, consisted on wearing the same piece of clothing from the brand for thirty days. The implied assumption was that the item, made of merino wool, could be worn thirty days without harvesting bacteria (meaning that they wouldn’t stink).

Seven days after wearing my piece of clothing (the socks) the item caught an aroma. After debating whether I should keep wearing the socks or not I decided to keep them on (without washing them) for full thirty days.

For Part II click here.

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