Marbles Jumbo Radio

Marbles Jumbo Radio places the queered, marginalized body as a central subject through dance and physical practice. Their work has been presented in New York at HERE, Danspace Project, and Joyce SOHO, and in Los Angeles at REDCAT, Dance Camera West, Anatomy Riot, Pieter, and LACE. They are a 2008 CHIME grant recipient, and with mentor Simone Forti, they created the performance and practice of Ice Bergs. More recent projects include performance for Meg Wolfe’s New Faithful Disco, Andrea Geyer's video installation, Truly, Spun, Never, and their on going collaboration with Yann Novak in Johanna Breiding's installation, We Love Our Parents, We Fear Snakes. www.vimeo.com/takemetomarbles