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I’ll be performing with Aeriosa  in the SFU Woodwards Atrium.

If you haven’t seen what we’ve been working on with bungee-lines, come check it out.

AERIOSA REFUGIA is an impressionable new site work that establishes zones of creative refuge in public. Bungee-lines provide elastic tension as the dancers explore horizontal and vertical airspace finding unexpected ways to inhabit common ground. This second installment of REFUGIA takes place in the Woodwards Atrium, an indoor plaza that houses two large-scale works of public art: a  massive photo mural of the 1971 Gastown Riots  by Vancouver photographer Stan Douglas, and a symbolic umbilical staircase by architect Gregory Henriquez.

DATES:
NOVEMBER 21, 22, 2013 at 5.30pm and 7pm;
NOVEMBER 23, 2013  at 12.30pm and 2pm.

LOCATION: 111 West Hastings, SFU Woodwards Atrium, Vancouver

FREE ADMISSION, suggested donation $5

Please call 604-803-2967 if you require special seating arrangements.

ARTISTIC TEAM

Choreographer: Julia Taffe

Dancers: Julia Carr, Meghan Goodman, Keely Sills and Cara Siu

Composer: Jordan Nobles

Set Designer: Peter Boulanger

Costume Designer: Kate Burrows

Lighting Designer: Mark Eugster

Riggers: Colin Zacharias and Will Stanhope

 Funders: Canada Council for the Arts, BC Arts Council and the City of Vancouver

AND…….

The Body Narratives Collective (co-directed by Julia Carr and myself) will be premiering Dark Room: the realm of symbols, science and memories December 4th and 5th at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre. Dark Room, is a unique theatrical experience which weaves together music, dance, science, technology and photography. We are really excited to share this work.

Tickets for the production are available now through Brown Paper Tickets.

$20 General/$15 Students, Seniors and CADA members.

Dark Room - Poster v1r2

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