Date(s) - Monday, June 6, 2022 - Sunday, July 24, 2022
A.P.E.’s ARC 2022 Projects June 6 – July 24
June 27-July 3, 2022
Open to the public:
Tuesday, 3-4:30 pm (Open Rehearsal)
Saturday, 2-4 pm (Open Rehearsal
Sunday, 5-6 pm (Showing)
In residence, Chloe London will be rehearsing for her newest work, premiering in February 2023. In this piece, London is interested in color theory and in how hues and pigments move through the body. The dancers will allow the dance to evolve and unfold into an embodied and ephemeral version of their research, which may evoke specific narratives and emotions that are not obviously connected to the colors that inspired the sections. Chloe is interested in transforming what we perceive as visual into sensation: rather than seeing a hue, what does it feel like in the body and how does that craft a textural and emotional experience for both the dancers and the audience? While keeping the humanity and spectacularism of the moving body in the forefront of the research, how can color theory expose different areas of the human experience?
Chloe London (dancer/choreographer)
Mia Martelli (dancer/collaborator)
Tim Bendernagel (dancer/collaborator)
Ryan Wolfe (musician)
ARC, activate, research, create, is the sixth season of A.P.E.’s curated summer program. ARC continues the investigation of a contemporary art gallery as an active space within the community. From June 6-July 24, 2022, A.P.E. will host six projects that consist of collaborative performance, choreography, interactive mixed-media installation, and book making.
LEARN MORE ABOUT ARC: http://www.apearts.org/arc-2022.html