Terri Gold Awarded Honorable Mention by PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris

I’m very happy to announce my Honorable Mention in the 2018 PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris competition in the Performing Arts category with my series from Buglisi Dance Theatre’s “Table of Silence” project.

HONORABLE MENTION WINNER OF PX3, Prix de la Photographie Paris

TERRI GOLD OF UNITED STATES WAS AWARDED HONORABLE MENTION IN THE PX3 2018 COMPETITION.

PARIS, FRANCE
PRIX DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE PARIS (PX3) ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF PX3 2018 COMPETITION.

Terri Gold of United States was Awarded Honorable Mention in Performing Arts category for the entry entitled, ” Table Of Silence, Buglisi Dance Theatre.” The jury selected winners from thousands of photography entries from over 85 countries. 

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Table Of Silence Project 9/11

The Table of Silence Project 9/11 returned  today to Lincoln Center at the Josie Robertson Plaza around the fountain. This free public ceremony for peace commenced at 8:15 and concluded at 8:46 AM, the moment when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center.

This is the fourth presentation of The Table of Silence Project 9/11, a ritual for peace, conceived and choreographed by Jacqulyn Buglisi in collaboration with Italian visual artist, Rossella Vasta. A moving meditation, it is the the human embodiment of Vasta’s “Table of Silence” sculptural installation of 100 ceramic plates representing a symbolic banquet table uniting humanity.

“Moving to the ritualistic beat of the tympani, the minimal chant of the singers, the echoes the conch and the melody of the flute, the dancers ascend onto the Plaza forming patterns of concentric circles to create a peace labyrinth that culminates symbolically at 8:46 am and signifies eternity, purity and the continuous life cycle. This sacred landscape is filled with the transcendent energy of the Mandala, connecting dancers, musicians, and viewers to the healing rituals of the natural world.” said Marina Kennedy.

For all of us who were in NYC on 9/11/2001 and for people everywhere, that day is seared into our memory. I was so  glad to begin this day of remembrance, sharing and being part of this wonderful tribute.

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11  

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

Table Of Silence Project 9/11

The Table Of Silence Project 9/11

The Table Of Silence Project 9/11 returned  for a third year to Lincoln Center today. Conceived by choreographer Jaculyn Buglisi and visual artist Rossella Vasta with flautist Andrea Ceccomori and over 100 dancers, including the Buglisi Dance Theatre. The performance started at 8:15 and concluded at precisely 8:46,  the moment American Airlines flight 11 crashed into the north tower.

“The Table of Silence Project represents the common threads of humanity which unite all mankind into a single force with common goals and aspirations regardless of race, culture, or religion. Through this event, we wish to achieve the dual purpose of celebrating and honoring peace, through listening, a united moment of silence – a call for Peace in our world.” – Jacqulyn Buglisi

“There comes a moment, through repetition–like the beating of the hands, the pounding of the fist against the heart–that compels you to create a rhythmic tone that expresses perhaps some great hymn, some offering or worship that allows people to be unified in unexplained compassion.  They do not need words in this ritual.”

In partnership with Dance/NYC and September Concert, Buglisi Dance Theatre brings together the dancers to gather in silent procession, forming patterns of concentric circles to create a peace labyrinth while encircling the Revson Fountain as a symbol of eternity, compassion and continuity of the life cycle. At 8:46 AM, the dancers turned their wrists with open palms  and extended their arms to the sky for one minute, evoking the simple gesture of universal peace.

The Table Of Silence Project 9/11

The Table Of Silence Project 9/11