Designated emphasis candidate Kate Mattingly (TDPS) has been published in the SF Examiner with her article “Joe Goode Dares Audiences To Risk Intimacy“. She discusses how the Joe Goode Performance Group is developing the piece “Poetics of Space”, which is slated to open this September. The performance experiments with many interesting variables: audience interaction, music cues, dialogue, and suspension harnesses.
From the article:
Architects and dancers create intimate relationships with space. Designing rooms and choreographing movement both are explorations of shapes and patterns, environments and connections. Joe Goode knows this well. For 30 years, his dance company has created kinetic journeys filled with evocative moments, sometimes in atypical venues. Read more.
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