October, 2017 Model, concept, post: CFR Photographed by @chrisclarkphotos Circuitboard stock by brujo.deviantart.com
Courtnee Fallon Rex as Zita the Aerialist from Paul Hawxhurst on Vimeo. Performed June 9, 2010 for “There must be something in the Air”, a benefit for Versatile Arts. Music from the Batman Begins soundtrack by Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard. Video footage courtesy of Block My … ContinueZita The Aerialist
I am performing “Covering Lisa” and an adaptation of my signature aerial piece with the Floating Mountain Poets in their spring show entitled The Tomb and the Womb. BUY TICKETS Saturday, May 4 2013 at 8:00pm Tin Can Studio 3130 Airport Way S #510 Seattle, … ContinueThe Tomb and the Womb: May 4 2013
I performed my signature aerial act for the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture Board of Directors annual fundraiser to great success, both for the event and for myself as an artist. I wrote extensively about the experience in the blog, if interested.
BUY TICKETS Courtnee is both directing performances and performing ambient aerial for the upcoming Art Activists Black Tie Affair to benefit the Foundation for Sex Positive Culture. The event will be held March 23rd 2013, 7:30pm at Steve Jensen Studios in Seattle, WA. Tickets are … ContinueArt Activists Black Tie Affair: March 23, 2013
ABOUT THE SHOW Embodied is a one-woman show illustrating a musical journey, and a rare public performance including much of my original music and distinctive cover songs. It depicts the sense of the personality fragmentation in youth that occurred for me when my mother left, … ContinueEmbodied, 2011
Vita Arts Presents: How Art Saved My Life (HASML) http://vitaarts.net “How Art Saved My Life” takes place in a collective mind space. The show is an amplified illustration of the moment in time where you stare into a black hole and choose life. The setting … ContinueHow Art Saved My Life (HASML), 2011
“The words and the physical poetry of human movement and stillness resonated within me during the evening, and the reader of my single tarot card was either very perceptive, psychic, or very lucky. Thanks again for your dreams, my thoughts and the rock and the … ContinueThe Obsidian Show, Fall 2008 / Winter 2009