Syzygy (since 2012)

Syzygy is an ongoing movement research exploring vision, perspective and imagination. The work includes experiments with seeing and being seen, proximity/distance, framing, depth of eld, and other issues brought up by the ubiquity of the camera. One question we’ve explored: Is it possible to include the camera in the “play” of spontaneous dancing in a way that does not interfere with the ow, but is a part of it. This project has included the creative contributions of dancers Victoria Jacobs and Manuela Fischer, as well as earlier participation by Nate Dryden, Kristin Hapke, Jenna Veach. The dancers in the video below are Victoria Jacobs, Manuela Fischer and myself.