Slow Dancing Production Staff
Hair & Make-up
Sunny Artist Management,
Ilter Ibrahimof, President
Steen and Hamilton LLP
David Michalek extends his deepest gratitude to each dance artist that participated in this project.
Special thanks to the Michalek family, Renae Williams, Brian Quandt, Rick Robinson, Tony Lucatorto, Josh Weisberg, Siobhan Burns, Tom Halligan, Randall Bourscheidt, Art Lavis, Duke Dang, Mary Sharp-Cronson, Judith Dupre, Susan Dupre, Donna Karan, Marty and Perry Granoff, William Wright, Wendy Perron, Anne Pasternak, Robert Weisenthal, Michael Byars, Barry Friedberg and Charlotte Moss, Randy Ballsmeyer, Tyra Hanshaw, William Wegman, Picture Ray Studios, Peter Sellars, Emily Macel, Aiden Mooney, Lynn Zekanis, Christoper Anderson-Bazolli, and Stephanie French.
Special thanks to:
Vision Research – Makers of the Phantom HD.
IRIDAS – Makers of FrameCycler and SpeedGrade
Site design by Jim Borth.
Slow Dancing Exhibition
Sponsored by EMC² Corporation with major support provided by Jennie and Richard DeScherer and additional support from The Honoarable and Mrs. Earle I. Mack.
This public installation is made possible in part by The David & Peggy Rockefeller Art Fund. Operation of Lincoln Center's public plazas is supported in part with public funds provided by The City of New York.
This performance is made possible in part by the Josie Robertson Fund for Lincoln Center.
Slow Dancing Production
Major support for Slow Dancing production was made possible by commission grants from the LA Music Center, Saddler's Wells - London, Luminato: Toronto Festival of Arts and Creativity, and Walton Arts Center — Northwest Arkansas.
Portraits of Sandra Lamouche and Clarence Ford are commissioned by Luminato: Toronto Festival of Arts and Creativity
Generous support was provided by the Jerome Robbins Foundation, the Karan-Weiss Foundation, Marty and Perry Granoff, Earle I. Mack, Arleen Cooper, Judith Hoffman, Barry Friedberg and Charlotte Moss, Jerry and Rebecca Rosenbaum and the Asian Cultural Council.
Special thanks to the Franklin Furnace Archive for acting as the project's non-profit fiscal sponsor.