with Leslie Seiters/Little Known Dance Theater Can there be value in loitering, doodling, and idling given contemporary imperatives for measured advancement? What are the physical and narrative implications of circling as opposed to forward movement? How does looping transport? What traces are left? This evening length performance, directed by Leslie Seiters, is a collaboration between
This is Stereoblind. A film by Rebecca Salzer.
This is me as “et al.”, dancing with Steve Homsher (Tumblebones contact improvisation collective).
August 5th, 2011 I get a call that my mentor, Susan McLain, has died. I get off the phone and cry so hard that I start my period a week early. Natural family planning screwed up. August 20th, 2011 I go to Susan’s memorial at Cal State Long Beach. I am pregnant but do not
Entering Now (2007) was my thesis concert at the University of Utah. It was a shared evening with Shannon Mockli. A few ideas I was working with at the time: Scores and set material within the same work to learn more about how ways of being in performance changed as dancers shifted between the minds
It’s 2008 and I just finished graduate school at the University of Utah in hyper-conservative Salt Lake City, Utah. Justin Morrison suggests I apply to work and perform with Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s La Pocha Nostra at the re-opening of since closed SUSHI Performance and Visual Art space. There’s a bit of footage of me, pre-performance with performance artist,