unclesully (unclesully) wrote in burning_man,

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insane movement

meant to post this awhile ago . . . my good friend and former dance teacher Jackie Latendresse is choreographing a modern dance permormance at the Temple on Wednesday evening. All are welcome to pARTicipate!

"a small piece of sky" choreography by Jackie Latendresse Burning Man, Black Rock City, Nevada Location : The Temple
Date: Thursday August 31st
Time: 8:30pm

"a small piece of sky" was first presented in December 1995 in Kitchener
Ontario as a part of "Quit Staring" at the Volcano Club. It has since been
remounted for a variety of performances including Dreamscape which was
presented in Saskatoon and Regina in 2005.
The piece is performed blindfolded and is divided into three sections which
can be performed in any order that the dancer wishes. This year the work
will be performed at Burning Man. There will be a rehearsal/ training
session at the Temple at 6pm preceeding the performance. All who wish to
take part in the work are welcome. Please wear white and bring a black
blindfold. The work is a hommage to women( and men) who have been
unjustly incarcerated in Insane Asylms. It is a dance of both hope and
fear, of pain and strength and it's minimalist butohesque style help to
convey these torn feelings. It is both beautiful and grotesque. If you would like to learn the piece in advance or are interested in finding
out more about the dance click on the "Man" icon on the home page of the
site http://www.freeflowdance.com

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