Embracing Fluid Disruptions
Edge is an incubation residency and commissioning program for contemporary choreographers whose work is deeply curious about the intersection of art practice and social change
This year’s resident artists include Stephanie Hewett embracing the multidimensionality of pleasure in /soft/c/. This work uses various interpretations of contemporary dance forms to create critical musings on fluidity, intimacy, queer futurity, blackness, and power by examining the contrasts of marginalized bodies against hegemonic constructs.
Next, Kim Ip/Krimm’s Dance Party brings us ceremonious present, a story of two womxns’ sexual awakening through investigating Asian womxn ancestry in America and more specifically the Bay Area. The work excavates cultural rejections of sexuality, and unveils one person’s desire to be transposed upon two bodies.
Please join us for these special evenings
Apr 4-6 and 11-13, 2019
Thu, Fri, Sat at 8pm
Thursdays are pay-what-you-can, reservable online!
Drag performance by Venus Soleil on Friday, April 5
Post-show talkback facilitated by Chibueze Crouch on Friday, April 5
Edge is made possible by support from the Ken Hempel Fund for the Arts, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
/soft/c/ is supported by a FACT/SF Co-Production Grant.
[Pictured in cover photo: Stephanie Hewett; Photo by Robbie Sweeny]
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