The residency had some exciting developments today. During yet another beautiful morning, two dancers, two musicians and a videographer “found their way” into a semi-abandoned factory near the village, and performed an extended improvisation. Surrounded by industrial debris, agricultural effluence, and a variety of colors and qualities of light, the moment took on an exciting form and sense of drama. Much of this was due to the participation of a second dancer, Stavros Apostolatos, and so the possibilities of interactions increased both in number and complexity. The residency also greeted the arrival of Stefania Mizara, a noted photo-journalist and art photographer, who is documenting, both in stills and in video, the residency. This work will be shown as part of Electromedia Works-10 at the Knot Gallery next Thus and Fri in Athens. She is also collaborating with a number of residents on an improvised musical score to accompany an exhibit of her photos taken in Haiti, to be shown at her gallery in Athens in Feb. We have also worked on a major (as in cosmic!) graphic score by Marielle, and conducted a number of field recordings. Many have been busy editing video, and the house is fulling abuzz this evening.