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Dancitecture

  • GAMBA Forest 231 Norman Avenue Brooklyn, NY, 11222 United States (map)

Dancitecture is a performance, installation art and movement research project by architect/experimental dancer Kimberly Tate, co-conceived by multi-disciplinary performing artist, Akim Funk Buddha. 

Come experience an experimental movement and performance session framed by an immersive installation to explore the following:

+ How does architecture choreograph our lives?
+ How do our bodies converse with our physical environments? 
+ How does culture embodied and expressed in dance relate to the culture embodied and expressed in spaces we inhabit?

Featured participants include:
Live Footage - soundscapes
https://soundcloud.com/livefootagebrooklyn
Zoe map - film + movement
Chihiro Cute-Beat Kobayashi - movement/spirit animal
Akim Funk Buddha - facilitator/spirit guide
Kimberly Tate - master of ceremony

Join in early for sound + drawing meditation at 5:30pm. Participatory presentation starts at 7pm.

$10 suggested donation.

Arrive dressed to change perspective, change emotional atmosphere, activate new narratives and get over and into yourself.

(Cover photo of dancer Chihiro Cute-Beat Kobayashi by Zoe map.)

Earlier Event: December 9
Crimdella's B-day Bash
Later Event: June 2
Cry Baby Comedy Show