with Neda Sanai
Jen Rosenblit performs a live score of movement research along with Neda Sanai on sound, navigating concepts of strong bodies, protection, and regeneration. On a checkered floor, objects resembling chess pieces or extensions of body parts begin to discourse in search of strategies for togetherness.
Jen Rosenblit's (*1983, New York) performances are concerned with bodies, ideas and architectures surrounding the impossibilities of togetherness. An approach of improvisation becomes increasingly important in her new body of works . In 2015, she was part of the exhibition Greater New York at MoMA PS1, New York. In 2017, her piece Swivel Spot was performed at Sophiensæle, Berlin.