Shared Evening: Paula Josa-Jones/Performance Works, Amanda Loulaki, Yvonne Meier
Paula Josa-Jones/Performance Works, Amanda Loulaki, Yvonne Meier
Durch Nacht und Nebel
by: Yvonne Meier
This piece is more then any thing about body politics, as YM is covering her voluptuous body with 1500 band aids followed by a provocative shaking dance.Sape shifting as well as memories of ancient fairy tails come up as YM transforms her self into a wolf.The wolf act is simultaneous scary,sad and funny. Finally the excerpt ends with a stop motion movie about "bad Babies" by Michael Stiller and Yvonne Meier.
house of wind (a process for Untitled two)
by: Amanda Loulaki
This new work explores the notion of movement as an object, presenting the body as a container of history, and the space as a container of the body.
house of wind (a process for Untitled two) is being researched and developed with financial, administrative and residency support from the Dance in Process P
by Paula Josa-Jones
Mammal is a “shape-shifting” dance, a cellular, poetic echolocation that viscerally connects male and female, human and non-human at the porous borderland where they intersect and blend.
by Paula Josa-Jones (Artistic Director of Paula Josa-Jones/Performance Works)
Choreography and performance: Paula Josa-Jones
Music: Fred Firth, Dakha Brakha
Projection Design: Katherine Freer
Photography: Pam White
Costume Design: Christine Joly de Lotbiniere
Outside Eye: Paola Styron
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