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Gabrielle Revlock is a fiscally sponsored member of New York Live Arts, Inc., a non-profit tax-exempt organization. All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. To make a donation online click here.

Video

Assorted videos of performances and explorations.

Teaching

All classes are open to beginners and more experienced practitioners.

Restorative Contact (mindful touch-based empathy practice for pairs) - though Airbnb online experiences. Usually Wednesdays and Saturdays. Private booking available.

Contact Improvisation (dance class, no partner required) - Thursdays 6-7pm (4/16 - 8/13/20) -through Movement Research, online and free!

Cardio + Restorative (dance cardio + restorative practices) - Fridays 5-6pm, online and sliding scale.

Hooping - Email me regarding small group lessons and privates in Philadelphia and NYC. (social distanced and online)

Shows

As part of the 2020 Philadelphia Fringe Festival (September 10 - October 4) Gabrielle will be presenting a made-for-camera version of SEX TAPE in collaboration with filmmaker Shawn Kornhauser. She will also be performing in post-modern luminary, David Gordon's The Philadelphia Matter.

Gabi & Nicole

More on the collaborative projects between Gabrielle and Nicole Bindler can be found at TheDanceApocalypse.org. If you would like to join The Apocalypse Singles Club please apply here.

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Announcements

2020 - Selected for the Orchard Project's Liveness Lab.

2020 - Awarded the Ellen Forman Memorial Award.

Reviews

Reviews of most piece can be found here.

SEX TAPE

In a touch-deprived era, SEX TAPE’s tension between friendship and erotic love (with detailed reenactments from Revlock’s private life) dares the audience to imagine alternate possibilities for love, care, nurturing, and touch. This virtual performance for the 2020 Fringe Festival (9/10-10/4) includes on demand streaming and interactive experiences.

Restorative Contact

Restorative Contact (now offered on Airbnb Experiences) is a mindful touch-based empathy practice. Studies indicate that touch boosts dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin, the hormones associated with making people feel good, and lowers cortisol levels which are associated with stress. Classes are strictly non-sexual so your partner could be a roommate, lover, relative, or other person you are sharing intimate space with. A solo practice is also available.

Nuptial Blitz

Nuptial Blitz is an interactive performance and ongoing photography project where the artist invites the public to embody the most popular poses occurring in contemporary wedding photography. How are wedding photographers using shape, space, and touch to convey emotion and story? And what exactly is the story being told? View photos from the series on her Instagram.

Show No Show

“Watching Show No Show is a pleasure” - Philadelphia Inquirer. In Show No Show, the relationship that unfolds is awkwardly complicated, mining the spaces between understanding and misunderstanding, play and power, and tenderness and conflict. This project was created with residency support from Omi Internatonal Arts Center, Culture Mill, and The American Dance Festival (ADF).

Performance of a Feminine Object

In Performance of a Feminine Object a hoop animates a female performer making reference to the historic and cultural disciplining of the female body. In the work there is a tension between poise and chaos, and beauty and awkwardness, sense and nonsense.

Unstructured Time

Unstructured Time is an ongoing practice with a hoop that has resulted in various interations. One being the video above, Love is Like A Butterfly which also exists as a live performance.

The Dance Apocalypse/Solos

"I felt lucky to watch Bindler and Revlock reveal themselves over the course of the evening in such poignant, wild, hilarious, and generous ways." - Culturebot