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Valerie Green/Dance Entropy presents "Impermanent Landscape" at LIC Landing

Valerie Green/Dance Entropy presents "Impermanent Landscape" at LIC Landing

Company:

Valerie Green/Dance Entropy

Location:

LIC Landing
52 Center Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101

Dates:

Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 7:00pm

Company:
Valerie Green/Dance Entropy

Valerie Green/Dance Entropy presents Impermanent Landscape, at LIC Landing - An outdoor performance set against the striking backdrop of the Manhattan skyline, June 28th at 7pm.

Hunters Point Parks Conservancy
LIC Landing
52 Center Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101

Impermanent Landscape, choreographed by Valerie Green, is inspired by the ideas of cubism, perspective, perception, and impermanence. Breaking the fourth wall and moving choreography outside of the traditional stage and audience formats, Impermanent Landscape features the geometry and architecture of overlapping bodies, creating its own personal landscape. Supported by a sonic terrain of original music by Martyn Axe.

“Impermanent Landscape has a mysterious, churning-liquid feel…and keeps the audience curious from start to finish” – Quinn Batson, OffOffOff

Impermanent Landscape is part of an ongoing project centered on the concept of changing the external environment to shift the perception and context of how one views the work. Each performance of Impermanent Landscape is uniquely sculpted to each individual venue and has been performed at St Mark’s Church, Queens Museum, The Flux Factory, Dorsky Gallery, The Farm Project, and Green Space.

Choreography by Valerie Green
Performed by Emily Aiken, Caitlyn Casson, Erin Giordano, Kristin Licata, Jonathan Matthews, Richard J. Scandola, and Hana Ginsburg Tirosh
Music by Martyn Axe
Text by Stephanie Davis
Visual Art by Priscilla Stadler

www.DanceEntropy.org and www.GreenSpaceStudio.org

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