Video installation: Moving Body – Moving Image Festival
Video installation: Moving Body – Moving Image Festival
See a video installation composed of 4 video works that address topics of dance and disability, created by filmmakers from around the world.
Barnard College Movement Lab
March 28, 2022 to April 03, 2022
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Installation details

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USA | 2021 | 20’48”
Director and Writer: Yo-Yo Lin

Yo Obsolete
USA | 2021 | 23’40”
Installation, Writer, Designer, Audio Description, and Performer: Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez

Infusion No. 1
USA | 2020 | 3’
Director, Writer, and Producer: Lauren Henschel
Performer: Lauren Henschel

Reading Through the Body
Austria | 2016 | 7’42”
Director and Writer: Mersolis Schöne

How to attend

No tickets are required. Drop-in hours at the Movement Lab are 3/28 through 4/1 12-5pm, and 4/3 11am-6pm. The installation is not open on 4/2.


The Movement Lab
Barnard College
Milstein Center, LL020
New York, NY

About The Festival

2022 MOVING BODY – MOVING IMAGE Festival, a biennial presentation of dance films centering around issues of social justice, returns to Barnard College’s Department of Dance / Movement Lab. Conceived and curated by the accomplished choreographer, dancer, teacher, and filmmaker Gabri Christa, this year’s edition takes on The Moving Body With Disabilities. The festival features an installation comprising of four video works, available on view at the Millstein Center at Barnard College from March 28 thru April 3; and a live event, held on Sunday, April 3 at Barnard College’s Glicker Milstein Theatre in the Diana Center (both buildings located on the university’s main campus – 3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027). The live event on April 3 will consist of two programs of short films and a screening of a feature documentary Vision Portraits, followed by a conversation with director Rodney Evans and dancer Kayla Hamilton – two visually impaired artists who will discuss audio descriptions for film and movement. 

The April 3 live event is free and open to the public but registration is required. To RSVP, click here.

All of the festival content (including a recording of the discussion with special guests and festival film submissions not featured in the screenings) will be available for viewing from April 4 – April 11 on the website. For more information, including all artist bios and film synopses, visit

Festival video trailer:

Image: Brandon, Alice Sheppard and Laurel Lawson of Kinetic Light / still from One + One Make Three, courtesy of Safety Third Productions