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Heidi Duckler Dance – Truth or Consequences: Unfolding the Untold

February 4 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Los Angeles-based dance company Heidi Duckler Dance (HDD) is pleased to announce the first salon of 2024 as part of our renowned series, Truth or Consequences. Truth or Consequences is a curated series of transdisciplinary salons hosted at the historic Bendix Building in Downtown Los Angeles. Unfolding the Untold is an evening of performances, interactive installation, and live music that will take place on Sunday, February 4, 2024 from 5 pm-8 pm at the Bendix Building.

Truth or Consequences: Unfolding the Untold explores the different perspectives expressed by creatives whose voices we may not have heard. These different perspectives can stimulate our imagination and help us discover new ideas.

This program is supported, in part, by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Department of Arts and Culture.

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What: Truth or Consequences: Unfolding the Untold

Who: Heidi Duckler Dance

When: Sunday, February 4, 2023 from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm

Where: Bendix Building, 1206 Maple Ave, STE 1100B, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Cost: $35 General Admission / $20 Students + Seniors


Heidi Duckler Dance (HDD) is rooted in Freedom, Community and Inclusivity.

go places | Creating Site-specific Work Since 1985.

About Heidi Duckler Dance:

Initially founded in 1985, Heidi Duckler Dance is a pioneer in producing interdisciplinary performances. The company develops and rehearses each multi-sensory experience in the site where the work is performed. Heidi Duckler Dance advances social equity in under-resourced communities by providing opportunities for audience members and students to interact with meaningful spaces, both public and private, that they may not otherwise have access to.

These innovative experiences allow participants to view these places, and their communities, in new and interesting ways. For 38 years, HDD’s Artistic Director, Heidi Duckler, has created over 500 original works locally, nationally and internationally, including in many LA neighborhoods such as: Downtown LA (the Historic Core, Arts District, Produce District and Fashion District), Boyle Heights, Koreatown, Studio City, Van Nuys, Hollywood, Venice, San Pedro and South LA just to name a few. Duckler’s work has been internationally recognized in Hong Kong (Hong Kong Urban Arts Festival 2007), Russia (Link Vostok International East-West Arts Exchange 2010), Montreal (Transatlantique Quartier 2013), Germany (Tanzmesse, 2014 and 2018), Australia (Brisbane Festival 2014), Cuba (Ciudad en Movimiento 2016) and Chile (Puerto de Ideas 2018).

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Heidi Duckler, Founder/Artistic Director

Heidi Duckler is the Founder and Artistic Director of Heidi Duckler Dance in Los Angeles, California and Heidi Duckler Dance/Northwest in Portland, Oregon. Titled the “reigning queen of site-specific performance” by the LA Times, Duckler is a pioneer of site-specific place based contemporary practice. Through the use of expanded techniques and a methodology that encourages us to understand how dance, born from our experience, can be a tool for awareness, Duckler has contributed to redefining the field and has created more than 400 dance pieces all over the world.

Duckler was the recipient of the 2021 Oregon Arts Commission Fellowship and most recently, her film “Where We’re Going” has been selected for first prize by the Cinedanza Festival jury amongst 28 films from around the world. “Where We’re Going” was also selected for the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) Digital Media Wall in their new building in downtown Sacramento, scheduled to premiere in 2022. Currently, Duckler is on faculty at the University of California, Santa Barbara in the Film and Media Studies Department.

Duckler earned a BS in Dance from the University of Oregon and an MA in Choreography from UCLA, and served as a Board Member of the University of Oregon’s School of Music and Dance Advancement Council. Awards include the Distinguished Dance Alumna award from the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance, the Dance/USA and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s Engaging Dance Audiences award, and the National Endowment of the Arts American Masterpiece award. Duckler was a recipient of the 2019 Oregon Dance Film Commission and her work received the award for Best Choreography for the Lens at Verve Dance Film Festival.

Jobel Medina | Artist-in-Residence

Jobel Medina (Filipino, b. 1990) is a Los Angeles-based creative and performer. Born and raised in the Philippines, Jobel migrated to the U.S. at the age of twelve. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in dance at California State University, Long Beach and Masters of Fine Arts at California Institute of the Arts.

He has been a member of Ate9 Dance Company since 2017, where he works closely with Danielle Agami and performed works by Shahar Binyamini and Tom Weinberger. Early in 2020, he performed at the Walt Disney Concert Hall as an actor/dancer for Simon McBurney’s “Weimar Nightfall: The Seven Deadly Sins.” In 2018, Jobel was one of the six interpreters to perform Tino Sehgal’s “Selling Out, (2002)” at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, CA. As a freelancer, he’s worked with choreographers such as Christopher Bordenave of No1 Art House, Kate Wallich and The YC, Ania Catherine & Dehja Ti, Rebecca Lemme, Keith Johnson, Andrew Winghart, Whyteberg, and has appeared in multiple music videos and entertainment performances

Heidi Duckler Dance warmly welcomed Jobel Medina to the Artist-in-Residence program this year. Jobel has collaborated with HDD Founder, Heidi Duckler since 2022

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