Directed and performed by Jess Humphrey and Eric Geiger with Chloë Freeman, Zack King, Nhu Nguyen, and Dimitrius Paganos Koukakis. Feeling was born of research on the embodied nature of emotions and now feeds on music and dramas, both durational and enduring. Concept and contributions by Toni James. Click here for Feeling sources which include drama, divas, affective neuroscience, camp, soul,
Choreography and coaching by Deborah Hay, co-choreographed and performed by Eric Geiger, Jess Humphrey, Leslie Seiters. You can find all things pause, here.
We (Jess Humphrey, Leslie Seiters, and Eric Geiger) each wrote abstracts on shaking, touching, and queering, respectively, and applied to present them in a themed formal session at the Arts Practice Research conference at Texas Tech University in October of 2015. This particular constellation of verbs does not alone represent our work, but our orientation
The unison section in Bigmouth Strikes Again is not logical. It isn’t really “feel good” dancing. What comes next was not often what our bodies wanted to do, and we played with that in many ways. lush is the rebound from that dancing. It’s also: because I want to learn more about the kind of dancing
Below is a short video of excerpts from our premiere in November 2013. And this is from our first rehearsal…still the heart of the piece for me. The score was just “mouth”. Mouth began as an embodied exploration of the functional and figurative possibilities of human mouths. Through improvisation, set material, and performance, we have
Directed by Eric Geiger and performed at Space 4 Art in San Diego, California. “Whatever you’re doing, call it shaking.” -Eric Geiger