Jacquelyne Boe and David Janesko will be creating a series of choreographic algorithms that limit body movement and joint articulation as a method of amplifying subtle patterns of the unconscious body and mind. The artists will use a variety of recording techniques ranging from drawings, made using various types of prosthetic mark making tools fixed to the dancers bodies, to more remote sensing technologies such as full spectrum photography, sonar, and physiological instrumentation.
Jacquelyne Boe is a Houston based professional dancer, choreographer, and educator interested in collaboration and experimentation.
A graduate of the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, she received a BFA from the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated as the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, Graduate of the Year. Boe has worked with organizations and individual artist such as Erick Hawkins Dance, Erin Reck, Frame Dance, Hopestone Dance, Houston Grand Opera, Open Dance Project, Noble Motion Dance, Sean Curran, Teresa Chapman, and Rob Ashford. Boe is a critically acclaimed dance maker that has been creating original works since 2014. She was named Houston Press’ 100 Creatives, a recipient of Dance Source Houston’s Artist in Residence Program, and is a founding member of a choreographers collective; Perspective Exchange.
David Janesko is an artist exploring the emergence of complexity using an experimental approach that encompasses a wide array of mediums, technology and subject matter. He is specifically interested in the genesis of life, and death, from the early Earth, the emergence of the Self and how the senses and mental illness shape reality. David grew up in Western Pennsylvania and worked for a number of years as a geologist before attending the San Francisco Art Institute (MFA, 2013). From 2013 to 2015 David was a Graduate Fellow then Affiliate Artist at the Headlands Center for the Artist in Sausalito California, and the curator for Flatland Gallery in Houston from 2017 to 2019. David is represented in Houston by Gray Contemporary.