Sunday, January 25, 2009

An Experimental Multimedia Event: "Club Midnight: Flesh into Light"

This weekend, Amy Greenfield, the award-winning director and producer of more than 30 films, combines video, photography and contemporary movement for a three-piece multimedia event, "Club Midnight: Flesh into Light," in New York. 

The event first showcases the expanded version of Greenfield's award-winning film "Club Midnight." The premiere of "Live Tides" follows, combining the on-stage presence of a nude performer with the new version of Greenfield's 1982 film, "Tides." Again integrating stage movement and film with music, the premiere of "Spirit in the Flesh" follows, based on the photography and book, Kabbalah, by Leonard Nimoy. The main character of this book is Shekhina, who is considered a "female power of creativity and healing." In his book, Nimoy writes, "I am intrigued with scriptural mythology that tells us that God created a divine feminine presence to dwell amongst humanity." 

"Club Midnight: Flesh into Light" will be at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater, Symphony Space in New York on January 30 and 31. Visit Club Midnight for more information. For reservations visit the Symphony Space.

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