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DUST: Permutations on the Unknown
Ivy Substation Theater
Culver City, CA
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Thank you for supporting art and the environment! Next up is Women Rising at the Ford Theaters Aug 16th. Celebrating the 99th anniversary of women's right to vote and the females who created modern dance


DUST: Permutations on the Unknown
Deborah Brockus, director of BrockusRED, has choreographed DUST: Permutations on the Unknown In collaboration with visual artist Richelle Gribble, and composers Peter Askim and Zac Greenberg for three performances at Ivy Substation Theater, 9070 Venice Blvd., in Culver City 90232 for three performances only July 5 through 7.
Friday and Saturday 8:00pm Sunday 2:00pm
Parking structure is across from the theater.

The performances are accompanied by a Sustainability Plastic Fair with leading companies and organizations at the Ivy.  Brockus follows performances on DUST with Women Rising: Choreography from the Female Perspective at Ford Theatres on August 16.

DUST is a dance multimedia work exploring the patterns in nature and humanity of our time with a focus on the monster of plastic of our own creation that is overtaking the ocean, and eventually our species.   Annually, four to twelve million metric tons of plastic enter oceans enough to cover every foot of coastline.  Every minute we make plastic one million bags; the amount of oil it takes to drive a car a mile, is the same amount to make just 14 bags.  Americans alone use 100 billion bags per year: 12 million gallons of oil.

DUST starts its base historical writing of ancient and past civilizations to create a different perspective on the current crisis of environmental loss.  The work asks these questions: Are we the keepers or rulers of earth?  Is our hubris is leading to our destruction?  What and how quickly can we learn about our place in the ecology to change our fate?

Inspiration and lessons from our natural environment have influenced mankind since our beginning, said Brockus. In 1686 Isaac Newton presented this third law of motion: for every action (force) in nature there is an equal and opposite reaction. No system in the natural world works in isolation or is unique -- energy and matter do not disappear but rather reform.   When does plastic become dust?

We are taught:
waste not |want not
Patterns in nature: what we remember | what we forgot
Ocean: clouds | rain | river |oceans
Seasons: leaves | heartbeat | breathing | our veins | freeways
The earth: break down | no waste | recycling | repurpose | reconstruction
Stone: dirt |dust |rock

This performance is made possible in part by the City of Culver City, in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Performing Arts Grant Program, with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment.


Ivy Substation Theater (View)
9070 Venice Blvd
Culver City, CA 90232
United States


Arts > Dance
Other > Green

Minimum Age: 6
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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