Roderick Murray

Fiction & Non-Fiction: Free Opening Day
Sat, Sept 17
972, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy

CTL Questions for the Artist

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What does fall in New York City evoke for you?
the romance of error

What do you think is the biggest fiction?

What do you have to resist most often?
the terror of beginning

What sustains you?
wine, other indulgences, mortality

What inspires you?
dark night skies, my daughter’s screams as I chase her around my house, my wife’s thighs

In a word, what does Crossing the Line mean to you?

About Roderick Murray

Roderick Murray, Lighting Designer, has been designing lighting and installations for performance both nationally and internationally since 1989. He received a 2001 Bessie Award for “a shifting alchemy of a dancing space” for his work on Wally Cardona’s Trance Territory. Murray has designed the lighting and environments in all of Kimberly Bartosik's choreographic works since 2000. His installation and design work has also been regularly seen in the works of Ralph Lemon, Yanira Castro, Luca Veggettti, and many others. He has also designed the lighting for Sekou Sundiata and for a concert of Paul Simon's Songs from the Capeman, at BAM.  His lighting designs for Benjamin Millepied include world premieres at venues in Europe and the U.S. including for American Ballet Theatre and Ballet du Grand Théâtre de Genève. He collaborates regularly with Dusan Tynek and Melinda Ring among many others


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