Skin(s)



Skin(s) Oakland iteration for Eastside Arts Alliance/Eastside Cultural Center Oct 2017 Composer: François Richomme Original Lighting: Valerie Oliveiro Oakland Lighting Interpretation: Christopher Fleming Writer: Heid E. Erdrich Film & Set: Rosy Simas Performers: Zoë Klein, Sam Mitchell, Rosy Simas
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Skin(s) Oakland iteration for Eastside Arts Alliance/Eastside Cultural Center Oct 2017
Composer: François Richomme
Original Lighting: Valerie Oliveiro
Oakland Lighting Interpretation: Christopher Fleming Writer: Heid E. Erdrich Film & Set: Rosy Simas Performers: Zoë Klein, Sam Mitchell, Rosy Simas

SKIN(S) is a dance, a visual arts exhibit, a film, and a web media project celebrating the diversity of how Native people identify. The SKIN(S) dance explores what we hold, reveal, and perceive through our skin. It is housed within a paper environment with a surround-sound score and moving images. The immersive setting is an expansion of ideas from WE WAIT IN THE DARKNESS. The dance is sensuous, meditative and ritualistic. In the beginning of SKIN(S) the dancers usher the audience into the theater, attempting to open them to “experiencing,” not just “watching” — to slow their pace, and heighten their attention to the environment of sound, film & set. Full Length https://vimeo.com/240226138

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