Laboratory Dancers presents three brand new dance works, along with a selection of visual art, at the Fulton Street Collective April 20-22.
April 20+21, 8:00pm
April 22, 6:00pm
2000 W. Fulton
Donations Accepted at the door
Runt Pulse will display new choreography by Alexandra Subak and Emily Lukasewski as well as a new collaboration between Laboratory Dancers and data composer, Sam Hertz. Subak’s work considers the internal build up of shared memories and the familial bonds that are in turn produced, regardless of blood lines. Lukasewski has created a set of sister pieces; the first explores the neurotic, stressing processes of decision making that stem from life management, and the other examines the literal and figurative human shells that we live inside of. Lastly, our collaborative endeavor is a technologically motivated movement piece. The ensemble has examined various relationships between the digital and the analog by considering situations from the obvious (digital vs analog sound recordings) to the abstract (paintings vs mosaic visual art). Using the two mediums of data recording and dance, the group attempts to identify the digital/analog relationship humans have with the everyday.
A Q&A session will be held with the company following the Friday, April 20 performance.
If you would like to reserve a seat, or for questions regarding the performance, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fulton Street Collective is located at 2000 W. Fulton. Please go to their website for more information about the gallery, classes and more.