Fresh Arts invites audiences into the visual and visceral world where the performing and visual arts meet in The Black Space by Lydia Hance’s Frame Dance Productions. The Black Space is a multi-media dance installation and performance, running August 30 through September 2 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Participatory and intimate in design, The Black Space explores the concept of forgiveness and the dichotomy between the sanity and healthiness of letting go and the unresolved anxiety that results from holding on to how others have wronged us. The Black Space is live dance performance, dance-on-screen, new sound scores, and the instinctive need to find forgiveness in the midst of injury.
Thursday, August 30 @ 8pm: PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Friday, August 31 @ 8pm: PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Saturday, September 1 @ 8pm: PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
Sunday, September 2 @ 8pm: PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
MORE ABOUT THE SHOW:
Frame Dance Productions is dedicated to making innovative and vulnerable works. Frame Dance gives permission to the viewer to interact in any way, to allow the audience to shape both their own experiences and the experiences of the other audience members. The space is intimate, and there is no stage. Patrons are encouraged to enter the performance at any time after 8 p.m., walk through the space, get close to the dancers, interact with the projections, and shape their own experience. Each performance will conclude by 9 p.m. and the audience will be encouraged to stay for a reception with the artists.
About Frame Dance Productions:
In May 2010, Lydia Polhemus Hance founded Frame Dance Productions, a dance company dedicated to creating innovative and vulnerable works for screen and stage. Presenting repertory that is diverse, Frame commits to new collaborations with artists of other disciplines to broaden the scope of dance and bring it to a global audience through technology. More at www.framedance.org.