December 8 & 10 @ 7:00pm | December 9 @ 9:00pm
Run Time: 1 hour

Mabou Mines
150 First Avenue (Second Floor), NYC 10009


American Ghoul loveconductors continues their exploration and excavation of collective repression. The ghoul series creates a performance world of shared practice, individual experience, and the unexpected beauty of co-created temporary autonomous zones in an increasingly unsafe world.

Content Warnings: flashing/strobe lights


Shantelle Courvoisier (she/her) is an artist whose performance practice explores collaborative storytelling. Her past collaborations include Deeply Rooted Dance Theater, Urban Bush Women, Paloma Mcgregor, Daria Faïn and The Commons Choir, luciana achugar, Antonio Ramos & The Gang Bangers, Walter Dundervill, Allison Chase, Mia Habib, slowdanger and Maestro Flux. Her work is influenced by her studies with The Unseen Hand and her teacher Laura Clarke Stelmok. She is a performer, painter, facilitator and the director of loveconductors.

loveconductors is a Brooklyn-based human movement project which composes performance through shared practice across multiple media. The collective arose during Shantelle’s Movement Research Van Lier Fellowship in 2016. loveconductors is composed of lifelong friends of Shantelle’s: Madeline Warriner, Light McAuliffe, Samantha Lysaght, Shiloh Hodges, slowdanger, Ube Halaya, Maestro Flux, and Justin Faircloth. They have presented work at JACK, Movement Research at the Judson Church, FAB Arts Salon, BAAD, Chez Bushwick (AIR), Brooklyn Studios for Dance, ISSUE Project Room, and The Kitchen.

Shantelle Courvoisier Jackson is a 2021 Movement Research Artist-in-Residence supported in part by The Jerome Foundation.