LONELAND by The Moving Architects
The Moving Architects
Join us for an evening of dance cinema expressing a myriad of dance and music genres, embracing the distinctive voices of the female dancers of The Moving Architects. LONELAND features dances performed in site-specific locations throughout the NYC-area alongside company dance works translated to the screen and behind-the-scenes footage recorded in the virtual and bubble rehearsal process with TMA this last year. Newly commissioned solo dance films offer striking and intimate portraits of the individual dancers. Each solo was developed virtually under the direction of TMA director Erin Carlisle Norton and culminated within various outdoor spaces to reflect the dancer’s key concept, production following COVID-19 safety protocols. The virtual event LONELAND rises out of a year of isolation with shuttered dance studios and venues, each dancer emerging to share her powerful voice.
Featuring: Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton and dancers Aria Roach, Ashley Peters, Bethany Chang, Caitlin Bailey, Indigo Sparks, and Zoe Kaplan with guest artist and visual arts collaborator gwen charles.
ABOUT THE MOVING ARCHITECTS
The NJ/NYC- based The Moving Architects, under Artistic Director Erin Carlisle Norton, is a female-centric dance company and organization that focuses on connecting people intimately to dance through community-based and collaborative projects and programming. TMA is known for powerful multi-disciplinary dance performances alongside their dance podcasts Movers & Shapers: A Dance Podcast and accessible movement education program Community Movement Project. TMA was formed in 2007 and have taught and performed extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally.
For more on the The Moving Architects: themovingarchitects.org
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