RESIST the NOISE
Grand Canyon University | April 2022
Spring Dance Concert in collaboration with performers
The creation of this work was inspired by the concept of testimony being embodied knowledge of truth that we as individuals know, defend and believe in. The piece physically explores the pressure we may feel in the world to renounce what we know, and the boldness required to hold onto and protect it.
A comment on the delusion of polarities - a current muse of society that does not exist. A scrutiny of the practice of black and white labeling. A physical exploration of the space between loss and laughter.
Emerging from a curiosity about dialogue and the moving body, a re-staging with changes and adaptations in response to Covid-19 limitation.
Fall 2020 | Thesis Research Concert
Salt and Sugar
This work is a personal story about excavating your truth and your voice. If you have to earn love, that is not love. Becoming one with who we are is to first show up for yourself. To honor your spirit. To give yourself permission to withdraw from those who diminish you and don’t allow you to fully show up in their presence. To say yes to your authenticity. Yes to your vulnerability. To say “Voice, you are welcome here. You have permission.”
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