WE! video documentary now online


WE! Film By Jane Gotch and Reid Bangert Produced and Directed by: Jane Gotch and Mark Southerland WE!, performed March 24th-April 3rd, 2011 was a collaborative, installation dance performance staged in an abandoned downtown office space formerly occupied by AT&T. WE! took the “idea of audience” out of their seats and into the lights — stripping … Continue reading

WE! Video documentary to air one night only!


Did you miss this amazing Rocket Grants funded, cross-disciplinary production when it happened in a vacated downtown office space last year? Don’t miss this one-night only screening of the WE! documentary video  at La Esquina on December 14th at 7 PM! The evening will feature live music performances by Brad Cox, Paul Rudy and Mark … Continue reading

KCUR interview with Jane and Mark


‘WE!’ Shakes Up Relationship Between Audience and Performer

WE! tickets go on sale Tuesday, March 9th


Finally you can buy your tickets to WE! For more information visit: http://www.janegotch.com/category/current-projects/

WE! Open Studios 2.18.2011


WE! Artists hosted a great open studio on Friday at Town Pavilion.  Miles, Abbe, and I began installing Miles’ installation. It was informative to step out of the role of choreographer and participate in the act of working with Miles’ materials. In creating the movement for Abbe, I will draw from my experience of engaging … Continue reading

Stop in for a Sneak Peak


WE! artists will be participating in Charlotte Street Foundation’s 3rd Friday, Open Studios. This Friday the 18th from 6-8pm. Come up to the 6th Floor of Town Pavilion at 12th and Walnut,  and walk through our in progress installation, sit in on a rehearsal, and visit with one of the artists. We look forward to … Continue reading

WE! Performances

WE! Lights

WE! artists are excited to announce the dates of the performances. March 24th-28th and March 31st-April 3, 2011. All performances begin at 7pm, at Town Pavilion. Tickets will go on sale in a few weeks on http://www.brownpapertickets.com. Mark your calendars and get your tickets soon because they will be very limited! WE! artists are busy, … Continue reading

a point of departure

everything we see is never enough

this piece which is titled “everything we see is never enough”  is now on view at the Nerman Museum at JCCC through February 13, 2011.  This work will be a point of departure in regards to my installation/object interaction for the WE performance.  www.milesneidinger.com

WE! have a hole in the wall

jane and i simultaneously taking photos of one another through this sweet hole that mark cut out!!

jane and i simultaneously taking photos of one another through this sweet hole that mark cut out!!

Helen Gillet to join WE!

Jane Gotch and I are proud to announce the addition of Helen Gillet to the WE! Project. Helen is a world class cellist hailing from New Orleans. She has extraordinary range on her instrument, as well as with her voice and looping pedals. She performed in Moon Bears and Sister Wives and was great inspiration … Continue reading


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