The concept is this: humans dance on topography, and the performance breaks down that interaction between small, moving bodies and large-scale three-dimensional surface in a study of "repetition, evolution and accumulation," as Bard College representatives put it. (The Richard B. Fisher Center is Bard College's performing arts building.) This is done by use of a lateral rigging system designed for this event, allowing the dancers to circumnavigate the structure's vertical planes. New York City residents, there is roundtrip bus transportation from 14th St. and 3rd Avenue for all performances.
September 25-28 and October 2-5
After starting in design journalism at House & Garden and CNN, Jamie runs the International Design Awards festival, which rewards visionary international design. One University of Southern California MFA later, she maintains a steady fiction and dramatic writing habit.
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