CA: San Francisco

WHERE: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

WHEN: Thu-Fri-Sat, January 19-20-21, 8:00 pm.

TITLE: Nameless forest

BRIEF ABOUT: Choreographer Dean Moss in collaboration with South Korean sculptor and poet Sungmyung Chun, Moss explores subjectivity and the nature of perception by both translating Chun’s figurative installations into live action and questioning the act of translation itself. In addition to the performances of the six dancers, the work features diary fragments and war imagery by photojournalist Mike Kamber, neon sculpture by visual artist Gandalf Gaván and an original score by environmental and found-sound composer Stephen Vitiello. Also up to 12 audience members will join the cast onstage for each performance, reflecting, through their undirected response, the community’s role (and risk) in the perceptually individual and existential nature of art making.

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