Laban Studio Theatre 3.11.17
Performed by Julia Kayser Torres
Here it is precisely the 'hysterical reality of the body' that is magnified, not concealed, to allow for new bodies: not through spectacle, but through quiet moments, tremors, the fingers and toes. The body dips in and out of recognition in a series that identifies the forms of dance as we know it: splitting them open, inhabiting, heightening and rendering them useless.
Extending the edges of recognition in the direction away from spectacle; feminism, phenomenology and post-structuralism form a triadic assault on the stability of the (dancing)(female) body.