Diego Piñón

Saturday and Sunday, October 27 & 28, 1 PM
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
2000 Convention Center Drive
(between 17th Street & Dade Boulevard)

Tickets $15, Seniors, Students
Tigertail Members $10

Diego Piñón opens this three-weekend series of solo performances by artists
from Mexico, Nicaragua and Brazil. These works spring from Butoh, a dance
form of ritual and imagery that emerged in Japan in the 1950's as a way to
express the trauma and devastation of the war. Diego's
The Diviner is created from an ancient Mexican legend of mystery and
intrigue, a desire to touch ancestral origins.

AeroMexico is the Airline Sponsor of Tlasiujki, The Diviner by Diego Piñón

"He seemed, at once, a questing child, a curious animal and a messenger from some faraway universe." — San Diego Union-Tribune

          Helena Thevenot and Benton-C. Bainbridge

Saturday and Sunday, November 3 & 4, 1 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA)
770 NE 125th Street, North Miami

Tickets, free with museum admission

This festival premiere brings together two lush image-makers,
dancer/choreographer Helena Thevenot and NYC real-time video artist
Benton-C. Bainbridge. Helena and Benton lead the viewer into metaphysical
places of darkness and chaos where images haunt and speak to the
* Commissioned by Tigertail

"Thevenot used her body to create striking images that were also an organic expression of her ideas."
— The Miami Herald

Thevenot photo by Pedro Portal

Presented with Museum of Contemporary Art