A Call For Justice :
"A Call for Justice" was a pop-up multimodal performance installation sharing the audio documentation of felt experiences of racism in the United States through an Oral history Soundscape performed to by 10 dancers. Throughout the performance we we also provided headsets and a printed zine to be able to listen, read and become familiar with the narratives intimately. As an installation, the intent was to cultivate an immersive experience to generate ongoing collective dialogue regard the social injustices that are omnipresent today. It is in hopes that such dialogue transpires to community action, connection and listening, to engage in necessary behavior to change.
The Right To Tell Your Story
"The Right To Tell Your Story" was the first project released by The Community Storytelling Composition Project. This particular work was a multi-medium project using movement, graphics, and audio to represent community member's anonymous heartfelt stories on loneliness, fear, and transformation. It is our belief that our personal stories, when shared, help remind us that rather than isolating the individual can actually bring us together as a collective. In recognition, above all else, that we in fact have the human experience in common.
Fracture was an experimental performance piece using circus arts, movement, and narrative as a lens for social change and discussion. This 12-minute work used performance as a tool to generate discussion on the subject matter of hydraulic fracturing in Colorado, USA and its effects on the local Community.
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