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In 2013, he approached the Shahs about applying “health care claims data assets that could be used to create a direct-to-consumer product to help people make better health care decisions,” says Maudie.
The project was so compelling that the Shahs proposed becoming co-founders so they could devote all their energies to the new company, called Amino.
“We quickly came to understand each other as academic rivals-slash-collaborators,” says Sumul.
They became lab partners in chemistry class, began dating after graduation, went on to study electrical and computer engineering at Cornell, and married in 2005.
Performed by Carolyn Brown, Remy Charlip, Cunningham, Judith Dunn, Viola Farber, and Marilyn Wood., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Twelfth American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. Performed by Carolyn Brown, Remy Charlip, Cunningham, Judith Dunn, Viola Farber, and Marilyn Wood., Reuben Gallery, 61 Fourth Avenue, New York, Oct. Performed by Kaprow, Rosalyn Montague, Shirley Prendergast, Lucas Samaras, Janet Weinberger, and Robert Whitman, with the participation of artists Jim Dine, Sam Francis, Red Grooms, Dick Higgins, Jasper Johns, Lester Johnson, Alfred Leslie, Jay Milder, Rauschenberg, George Segal, and Bob Thompson., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Thirteenth American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. 10 and 17; Judson Dance Theater, ONCE Festival, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Feb. Performed by Lucinda Childs, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Tony Holder, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, and Rauschenberg; Five New York Evenings (Sept. 13: Performed by Fahlström, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Paxton, and Rauschenberg., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, March 21. Part of the First New York Theater Rally, former CBS Studio, Broadway and Eighty-first Street, New York, May 1–26. : Performed by Trisha Brown, Viola Farber, Deborah Hay, Barbara (Dilley) Lloyd, Paxton, Christopher Rauschenberg, and Robert Rauschenberg. 11: Performed by Deborah Hay, Paxton, and Rauschenberg; and Jan. C., April 29: Performed by Brown, Alex Hay, Rauschenberg, Joseph Schlichter [program mentions the possibility of other participants]., and motorized sculptures by Robert Breer. Performed by Jonah Bokaer, Lisa Boudreau, Brandon Collwes, Julie Cunningham, Emma Desjardins, Holley Farmer, Jennifer Goggans, Daniel Madoff, Rashaun Mitchell, Marcie Munnerlyn, Daniel Squire, and Andrea Weber.
Music by Christian Wolff, performed by David Tudor on piano, and conducted by John Cage. Rauschenberg helps assemble the “tir” construction., Maidman Playhouse, New York, May 4. Rauschenberg creates the Combine (1958), Seven Performances, Sixteenth American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. The Sixteenth American Dance Festival (1963) is the earliest performance with confirmed revisions by Rauschenberg]., Stage 73, New York, Feb. Subsequent performances: Surplus Dance Theater, by Rauschenberg. Performed by Carolyn Brown, Cunningham, William Davis, Viola Farber, Barbara (Dilley) Lloyd, and Steve Paxton., Judson Dance Theater, Concert of Dance #14: Improvisations by the Dance Theater, Judson Memorial Church, New York, April 27. Program also included Deborah Hay’s : Performed by Carolyn Brown, Lucinda Childs, William Davis, Judith Dunn, David Gordon, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Tony Holder, Barbara (Dilley) Lloyd, Steve Paxton, Yvonne Rainer, Rauschenberg, Albert Reid, Carolee Schneemann, Joanne Vischer, and Marilyn Wood., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Museum des 20. Set, costumes, and lighting by Rauschenberg and Alex Hay. Performed by Shareen Blair, Carolyn Brown, Cunningham, William Davis, Viola Farber, Deborah Hay, Barbara Lloyd, Sandra Neels, Steve Paxton, and Albert Reid., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, London, July 31. First New York Theater Rally produced by Steve Paxton and Alan Solomon, sponsored by the Pocket Theater, Rauschenberg, and Surplus Dance Theater. , Judson Dance Theater, Dance Concert II, May 11–13. Subsequent performance: NOW Festival (April 26–May 1), National Arena roller-skating rink, Washington, D.
Performance following the vernissage of the exhibition , Moderna Museet, Stockholm, May 17–Sept. Participants, including Pontus Hulten, Billy Klüver, Rauschenberg, and Jean Tinguely, among others, create paintings by firing a rifle at sacks of paint attached to a canvas. Dance performed by Carolyn Brown, Per Olof Ultvedt, and Rauschenberg. [ for the premiere, Kungi Teatern, Stockholm, Sweden, Oct. Five New York Evenings also included Rauschenberg’s , public dialogue with Yoshiaki Tono, Sogetsu Art Center, Tokyo, Nov. Performed by Rauschenberg with assistance from Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, and Steve Paxton.
Chosen primarily for their discussion on Rauschenberg’s contribution, reviews of performances are ordered by date of publication.
After perusing the Simon’s Rock website and learning about the Acceleration to Excellence (AEP) scholarship, her parents encouraged her to apply and said they’d allow her to go if she got a full scholarship.
“When I received the letter saying I had won, I felt like some magical door had just opened, inviting me onto an entirely different path from the one I had been on so far,” she says.
Costumes by Remy Charlip in collaboration with Ray Johnson, Rauschenberg, and Vera Williams (redesigned by Rauschenberg in 1957). Performed by Carolyn Brown, Charlip, Cunningham, Anita Dencks, Viola Farber, and Marianne (Preger) Simon., Paul Taylor Dance Company, Master Institute Theater, New York, March 27.
Revised version by George Wilson., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, May 24. Music from an early recording of New Orleans jazz by the Laneville-Johnson Union Brass Band, Folkways label, , Merce Cunningham Dance Company, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind., May 18. Revised version: , Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Lee, Mass., July 11. Set and costumes by Rauschenberg and Taylor, who is listed under the pseudonym George Tacet. , Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, Nov. Revised version: Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York, Jan. Lighting by Beverly Emmons., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Eleventh American Dance Festival, Connecticut College, New London, Aug. Performed by Simone (Whitman) Forti, Mimi Kanarek, Christopher Rauschenberg, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Christine Williams, and around 500 volunteers. Dance performed by Olga (Klüver) Adorno, Frances Breer, Lucinda Childs, William Davis, Alex Hay, Deborah Hay, Margaret Hecht, Ed Iverson, Kathy Iverson, Jim Jardy, Julie Judd, Vernon Lobb, Fujiko Nakaya, Paxton, and Robert Rauschenberg; and Öyvind Fahlström’s (Oct. [Cast unconfirmed]., produced for television by the Fort Worth Art Museum and KERA Channel 13, Dallas/Fort Worth. Aired on KERA-TV, Dallas/Fort Worth, 1977., Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Minskoff Theatre, New York, Jan.