Faye Driscoll Dance Group presenting an open rehearsal for You're Me, 2010
Dana Salisbury and the No-See-Ums perform during Public Access Season, 2010
Beth Gill and dancers rehearse Electric Midwife, 2011
Christopher Williams during an artist's talk with feedback, 2010
Dancers perform Tere O'Connor's work-in-progress, Cover Boy, 2011
Kimberly Bartosik and collaborators offer an open rehearsal, 2011
Miguel Guitierrez and the Powerful People present a work-in-progress, 2011
Ivy Baldwin and dancers rehearse in the studios at Building 110, 2010
Dancers for Alexandra Sachs present a work-in-progress, 2010
Deganit Shemy and Company rehearse 2 Kilos of Sea, 2011
Kota Yamazaki Fluid Hug Hug present (glowing), a work-in-progress, 2011
LMCC is committed to providing space for artists to research, develop, experiment, and create within New York City. The Process Space program at Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island provides intensive residencies for mid-career and established performing artists and arts groups in New York City. Process Space also acts as a compliment to LMCC’s long-standing Swing Space residency program, committed to serving emerging and early-career performing and visual artists with development space.
Process Space residencies are comprised of two to eight weeks of exclusive, concentrated time to further the development of new work in one of two 1,400 square foot rehearsal studios on Governors Island. In most cases, participating artists and arts groups have been commissioned by a New York-based presenting venue, and Process Space fills a unique need for space to develop that work at home in New York City.
With 20 visual arts studios, two rehearsal studios, and an exhibition space, Building 110: LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island is a shared, multi-disciplinary space where selected artists-in-residence can escape from the city on a daily basis to develop their work, while drawing inspiration from the historic Island as well as the community of fellow visual and performing artists-in-residence.
Participation is through invitation only.