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PAST

Metalbody (2019)

excerpts presented at

| Hatch Performance Series @ Jennifer Muller/ The Works, Oct 13 |

|Arts on site, Performance Party, October 20 |

| Winter Follies @Spoke the Hub, Park Slope, Feb 1 & 2 |

| Gibney ShowDown, Gibney Dance NYC, Feb 3 |

| WAXWorks @ Triskelion Arts, Feb 24 |

February 2019

DISPLACE ENGINE

GIBNEY DANCE 2018

 PREMIERe WORK from HEIDCO

Displace Engine centers itself around absences created by displacement and disassociation, Displace Engine utilizes choreographic methods of repetition, instant composition, and variations on kinetic and structural themes; the movement both deconstructs and indulges in sentimentality by romanticizing physical vocabulary over time.

There is libretto involved, instantly composed every performance by performers- creates distance between the dance and the audience. By employing an aesthetic of "sexualized metal,” costumes, design, and sonic environment propels the atmosphere of internality vs externality, inclusivity vs exclusivity, with sound design and composition by Zach Crumrine, music by artist SOFIA RETA, styled by Helena Grierson. 


S O F T & S T A R K

JULY 28-29 2018

          GOVERNORS ISLAND/NYC POETRY FESTIVAL

                         with Kristyn Arch, Kelsey Greenway, and Lir Katz

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Soft & Stark (caitlinadams/heidco) is an ethereal atmosphere following the strength, interconnectivity, and poise held within a space shared by 3 female-identified bodies.  Performed by Kristyn Arch, Kelsey Greenway, and Lir Katz, the dancers live amidst oppositional qualitative natures subsequently landing them in static images reminiscent of classical portraiture. The tension of this vacillation from familiarity and stillness to discomfort and disorientation is reenforced by the bucolic setting of Governors Island, which, like all stylized colonial utopias, encourages amnesia about its violent past.