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Theresa Marie Magario {Miville-Deschenes}

Photo by: Daniel Murtagh


Most currently:

Moody (all the moods).

Dealing with cancer.
Kind of navigating vaguely through a bardo. Writing, making collages, pixel trashing my own photographs, and editing short, experimental films.

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Biography

Theresa Magario tm introvert native of Massachusetts improbably found their way from visual arts and writing onto the performance art stage. They explored stagecraft at CAVE, Brooklyn New York from 2008-2012 under the instruction of teachers, renowned in their fields of practice such as butoh and noguchi taiso. Teachers included Ko Murobushi, Akira Kasai, Yukio Waguri, Tadashi Endo, Atsushi Takenouchi, Mari Osenai, Imre Thormann, Xinema Garnica, Yuko Kaseki. Theresa Magario tm is currently exploring and developing a body of solo work and collaborating on visual arts projects. They remain an introvert.

Selected Performances

Michael Alan’s Draw-A-Thon “Protest” – Whitney Museum
Michael Alan’s Draw-A-Thon installation performance – Pochron Gallery
Michael Alan’s Draw-A-Thon installation performance – Jack The Pelican Presents Gallery
LEIMAY’s “Furnace” – excerpt: Nation Museum of Dance, premier: 2009 NY Butoh Festival Dixon Place
“Never the Right Dress” solo – Ferment Series – CAVE
LEIMAY installation performance – “Paradiso” – 17th Annual Watermill Center Open House
“Drawing Theresa” – Noel-Baza Fine Art
Sarah Small’s “Tableaux Vivant” – excerpt: Bath House Studios, premier: Skylight One Hason
“Vitiation” solo –Ferment Series – CAVE
LEIMAY’s “Uncovering” – The LAB Gallery
“Trictillen” solo –Ferment Series – CAVE
“grindfilter” solo – SOAK Festival 2013 – CAVE
“lave” solo installation performance – CECUT Tijuana MX
“Heroic Procession” collaborative performance – International tour US, MX, CA
“Fear The Walking Dead” Season 3 – Rosarito MX
“Ana, Who They Pulled Out Of The River” – Rosarito MX

Selected Visual Works

“Tijuana Bibles” collaborative video art installation- PIEROGI Gallery
“Portrait of Berinice Saremiento Chavez” collaborative video art installation- Pinta, Untitled Art Fairs 2018 – Miami