MACHiNENOiSY co-presents with SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs
We are by which we are moved in return
Dancing in the age of the anthropocene: part insect, part object, part human, part touch
June 11 – 15, 8pm
Studio D, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
149 W Hastings St, Vancouver
$28 / MACHiNENOiSY Members $25 / youth, seniors & industry workers $20
After a sold-out run of the boundary-pushing, site-specific, Fragile Forms for the Anvil Centre at PuSh 2019, MACHiNENOiSY co-directors, Delia Brett and Daelik create a new work for themselves that reflects both their roots in contact dance and their evolving interests in materiality and scenographic design.
We are by which we are moved in return seeks to acknowledge the matrix of unseen forces, organic and inorganic, that make us and move us.
Influenced by radical new inquiries emerging in the fields of science, feminism and cultural theory that consider what it means to be a human subject in the age of the anthropocene, We are by which we are moved in return dares to asks the timely question: Can we re-vision ourselves and our relationships to the material world before it’s too late?
Photos by Chris Randle