Dance Showcase: Light, Shadow & the Everyday | SoMa
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CounterPULSE | 80 Turk St, San Francisco, CA
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How does the shifting landscape affect the moving body? How do the continuous and fluid movements of an active body create pathways in the landscape?
Playing with light and shadow and drawing source material from Authentic Movement practice and the benign, repetitive gestures of everyday life Deborah Karp Dance Projects will present a new work-in-progress as part of the 2nd Sundays series.
Imitations of Intimacy follows an odd couple who resists our frontal lobes, saying and acting upon those irrational and rhetorical things we normally keep to ourselves. Through contemporary dance and theater, the duet examines the social norms of person-to-person settings, intersections between domestic and primal environments, and tensions between individual autonomy and co-dependency.Floating(Rib)What happens when we discover that we can choose our own adventure? Follow this exciting journey through the beautiful and strange, as we untangle ourselves from our stories to combat the fear and tragedy around us.