Choreographer, dancer, curator and CalArts Dean Dimitri Chamblas joins forces with Kim Gordon, a visual artist and “one of the boldest women in rock” according to The New Yorker, for an intimate and experimental performance between music and movement. The audience is invited to explore the setting where the performance takes place and engage in an immersive, open-ended journey.
« I’m upside down but there is still sound coming from my guitar which lies over on the ground. The lights are blurry as Dimitri whirls me around. I’m trying not to think except to keep moving, following the flow, but feeling the pull to disrupt it as well. We’re on the inside, you the audience are on the outside, but we’re moving towards each other and then it’s over ». Kim Gordon

 

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