Photos: Tim Tumbler/ASU, Sabakhaw Seck

Photos: Tim Tumbler/ASU, Sabakhaw Seck

New Work

Dean Moss and Reggie Wilson

March 8-10, 2012
Thursday-Saturday at 8:00PM
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Part of PLATFORM 2012: Parallels, curated by Ishmael Houston-Jones.

Dean Moss:some elements raw, re-purposed, in-process
Multidisciplinary artist Dean Moss was nominated for two Bessie awards for Nameless Forest (2011), and has received numerous grants, awards, and residencies worldwide. Here he presents elements of a new work with distinguished visual artist Laylah Ali, with whom he collaborated on figures on a field (2005), reflecting on the life and consequences of the radical abolitionist John Brown.
Performers Kacie Chang, Pedro Jiménez, Aaron Mattocks, Cassie Mey, Sari Nordman.
Sound by acclaimed visual and sound artist Stephen Vitiello.
Props/set by Dean Moss.

Reggie Wilson:Solo’s Solo/"Basic II" – a study on how NOT to go so low or too deep (with changes in direction)
Choreographer, performer, and director of Reggie Wilson/Fist & Heel Performance Group Reggie Wilson opens up his choreographic process to Souleymane Badolo, a contemporary dancer and choreographer from Burkina Faso whose work was first seen at Danspace Project as part of Ralph Lemon’s Platform i get lost in 2010.

This work will be performed by Badolo as an experiment in process and a discovery of what can be gained from the process of exploring without an emphasis on the solitary limitation of arriving at a result.

Together Wilson and Badolo search out the base elements of dance, abandoning improvisation, movement-invention, character and emotion by focusing on order, rhythm, patterns, texture, comparison and relationship. They investigate movement, gesture, repetition, and structure, looking to see when, if, and how narrative, theme, or story, arise from form and structure

Lighting design Kathy Kaufmann

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