Hippodrome: a triptych on urban stages
Created for the Spring series of the inaugural season of Tanz Farm, Hippodrome is an evening-length work in concert with art, music, dance, and the liberation of space to reveal representations of the interiority in urban life, including communication, collection, loss, and growth.
No one to witness and adjust, study #3: for forgetting
No one to witness and adjust is a series of performance and installation studies created outside of proscenium theaters in 2012-2013. This work was created by guest artists zoe/juniper (Seattle) and performed by artists of glo and gloLAB in the third series of the inaugural season of Tanz Farm.
Four new creations in four distinct public spaces in Atlanta, each of them a singular world, each of them with igniting concrete realities over a 14 day period. Each of the stations is envisioned as a host soil, a station, for current themes found in contemporary art.
A Chamber evening of live contemporary dance and music in Richard Meier’s atrium of the High Museum.