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Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People
A work for dancers, aged 33 to 62, exploring the crisscrossing pathways of the brain and the elusive logic of improvisation, welcoming mixed messages while accessing an eerie, otherworldly state of hope and vitality.
Sights and Sounds:
Six fierce performers, the inventive glow of light concocted by Lenore Doxsee, the hallucinatory sound stylings of Neal Medlyn, and the cool, dislocating film and words of Boru O'Brien O'Connell.
My art is most inspired by:
Most recently, ghosts, varying definitions of consciousness, somatics, California sunlight and highways, and trippy, melodious electroacoustic music.
Being a ghost would be:
Fun in a men's water polo locker room.
Created by Miguel Gutierrez in collaboration with the
Lighting design by Lenore Doxsee
Sound design by Neal Medlyn
Film and writing by Boru O'Brien O'Connell
And lose the name of action is a National Performance Network (NPN) Creation Fund Project
with Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People
Thu, Dec 6
Simon Dove moderates this artist talk, which takes place in the performance venue and is free for same-day ticket holders.