Iron Factory Residency Showing
Saturday March 5th, 2016 @ 8pm
She Comes From the Sea
As the Iron Factory’s Winter Artist-in-Residence, I have been engaged in a regular studio practice with dancers Sarena Kabakoff and Dawn Ann Perez. Our focus has centered on bodyscape in connection to landscape; our personal dance exploring the microcosm of our bodies.
‘Our body as a visceral, cavernous being.’
Anchors have continuously drifted in our studio practice, we have swayed on the ocean surface only to be gorgeously pulled beneath the current into another world of movement and creative explorations. This process has occurred over and over again. And just as you never step into a river at the same point twice, neither do we step into our practice in the same place twice.
I invite you to a showing of our explorations on March 5th at The Iron Factory –
118 Fontain Street 3rd Floor, Philadelphia
Tickets: $10 click here to purchase online
Food and drinks free with the performance
“I sense skin and fascia as surface – topography. I perceive muscle as having depth and volume – geology. Skeletal joints are characterized by orbital movement – astronomy. The fluid systems of blood and lymph are identified by the rate and rhythm of their directional linear flow – fluid dynamics of rivers, streams, and bogs. The glandular and organ systems are perceivable as moving in elaborate patterns of confluent function throughout the body; generated by long diurnal cycles and biorhythms – oceanography…I begin to comprehend the complex web patterns of the nervous system if I think orchestrally – music of the galaxies.”
excerpt from Taking Root to Fly by Irene Dowd
Dawn Ann Perez