This event is cancelled. Since the rapid progression of COVID-19, the City of San Francisco is recommending canceling “non-essential public gatherings” of over 50 people. We may be able to reschedule, but given the current uncertainty, we aren’t in a position to know when.
Ode (to forgotten bodies)
“The serious problems in life are never fully solved, but some states can be resolved rhythmically.” –Theodore Roethke
How do we shift ancient patterns of relationship?
How can we recover our freest selves?
Ode (to forgotten bodies), a new dance by Hope Mohr co-created with performers Belinda He, Jane Selna, Natalya Shoaf and Karla Quintero, and in collaboration with sculptor Danae Mattes, explores rhythm as a mode of listening and a portal to freedom. Sculptor Danae Mattes’ installation “River Passage” will hang in the space, conjuring an immersive environment for movement and sound.
Visual Development and Costume Design by Dana Kawano
Image courtesy of Danae Mattes, all rights reserved