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- WHERE FREE HEARTS AND MINDS COLLIDE WITH THE POLITICS OF THE BODY -
Tired of cultural and artistic conventions, Street Parade has staked its future on its ability to rewrite the rules of what a modern art collective should be. Together, Street Parade seeks to bridge the gap between the underground and the commercial realms by combining forces of expertise as performers, choreographers, producers, directors and writers.
A student of subculture who has worked as a dancer with some of the worlds biggest stars, such as Madonna, Janet Jackson and So You Think You Can Dance, Nico Archambault has stepped away from center stage to pursue his passion as a creative producer & stage director. Nico understands that the combination of passion and uncompromising vision are essential to creating works that stand apart.
A born leader, Nico’s expertise as a curator and facilitator of talent insures that all his works reflect natural charm and accessibility, as well as a punk spirit and artistic fearlessness. He is unique in his ability to produce on an intimate creative scale for the grandness of a world stage.
Dancer and choreographer, Wynn Holmes’ original work is filtered through her fresh and evocative choreographic style, dynamically synthesizing emotive movement and narrative.
Interested in exploring socio-cultural themes, Wynn aims to create work that spans cultural and physical barriers.
Her work with performing artists and dancers alike has been featured on stage and film platforms such as : SHOWstudio, V Magazine, Nowness, Lincoln Center’s Out Of Doors Festival, & New Inc in collaboration with New Museum.
Following a decade of intensive training in music, dance and film, Kevin Calero began making fashion driven short in 2009. By 2015, his love for all things pop music led him to dive into directing music videos. His work has previously been published on Nowness, i-D, Dazed Digital and V Magazine.
With advertisements and short films on the horizon, he continues to explore his signature visual style.
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