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Princeton Dance Festival Reimagined - Rebecca Lazier & Dean Moss
Rebecca Lazier explores Dance in the Site Specific Space with students asking: Where can dance happen? What can it do? And who can do it? This project examines the differing conventions of site-based art, site-responsive performance practices, and site-specific dance to generate student-led choreography projects within their communities. Urban space interventions, itinerant performances, environmental constructions, and immersive site-responsive dance pieces are examined for how they can negotiate the performer and audience relationship, reveal hidden histories, and become agents of activism and protest. The landmarks, parks, and streets of the communities where students are currently living are the inspiration for site-situated and site-responsive choreographic practices.

Dean Moss works with a student in a Live and Surreal multidisciplinary dance composition project developing a multimedia performance within the frame and features of the Zoom platform. The work draws parallels between the current cultural moment, and changes in national identity, labor, and art, in the 1920’s: when surrealism, modern dance, and social activism passionately reflected the zeitgeist of the Americas.

Dec 4, 2020 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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