sound clip is "Gun On The Table"
from Judith Ren-Lay's
OUT OF NOWHERE
"Judith Ren-Lay's wide-ranging, elusive performance suggests there are entire dimensions of music that remain unexplored."
Wayne Robins NY Newsday
reviewing "SONGS OFF THE FRINGE" at The Pyramid Club NYC.
"Judith Ren-Lay is an explorer whose undiscovered country is life itself."
Jack Anderson New York Times
reviewing "FOOT/TONGUE/WEB" at St. Mark's Church NYC.
"Some of the most amazing sounds I've heard a human make...experimental by stealth, Ren-Lay is interested in the
personal - in what's inside - this is the heart of the disk." Luke Martin reviewing "OUT OF NOWHERE" Knitting
Factory CD release.
After three decades of explorations in choreography, music, poetry, theater, drawing, collage, installation, sculpture and
photography, Judith Ren-Lay's career archive is now in the permanent collection of the New York Public Library for the Performing
Arts at Lincoln Center.
Welcome to this online portrait of her 30 year career......
|"Falling Eagle" 2006 Symphony Space NYC
|photo by Alan Lokos