Project Agora: Threshold, Suspended
Threshold, Suspended is a dance that physicalizes liminal states. "Liminality" implies floating, transition, and the "in-between." project agora explores the embodiment of "becoming" by enlivening the relationship between written and danced language, and the gap between a statement and its translation into meaning. A collection of original ballads, scored by Katy Stephan and Karl Digerness, accompany the performers as they navigate through structured improvisations and set choreographies. Projections, coded by scientist David Fries, conjure the sensation of suspended time and lend the performers a map by which cuing systems are built in real time.
Fleet Room, Fort Mason Center (View)
2 Marina Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94123