Home in the Dark
Light falls on sparkling entrails. Insides exposed. We were here before or maybe the feeling of home, love, ecstasy seeps through porous walls. It’s a constantly reforming display of portraits, collage, poetry, dance and music that reveals all that has been found and all that has been left behind.
Sites of Digestion
These first 12 collages were created as a part of my Research as Action in Montpellier, France to show how my dance practice proposes a way to be in and reflect on places. My home, studios we work in, Old Kensington, Philadelphia, and Paris, France, are mixed with rehearsal photographs.
How does a gut tube practice teach me how to move in spaces and places?
"Dark Moon allowed me space to consider a great many things-dance as spectatorship, themes of pack mentality and societal rules, and the politics of having engaged bodies in space."