Dog Dance

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Name: Dog Dance
Date: October 20, 2017
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM MDT
Dog Dance. Created and Performed by Joanna Rotkin. Photo by Andrew Marcus
Event Description:
“It’s a different pace of living we are encountering in Dog Dance…as audience members we are slowing down so that we can meet ourselves.”
— Helen Turner, Audience Member

Dog Dance is an on-going performance series of improvised dance solos created and performed by Joanna Rotkin of Joanna and The Agitators with Directorial Guidance by Andrew Marcus, The Disappearance Project. It is performed the 3rd Friday of every month from 7-8pm at Floorspace Studio, 1510 Zamia Avenue, #101.

This dance performance will be a place for us to breath together, allowing the noise to quiet a bit as the remembering of a body unfolds.

The remembering will happen slowly, extremely slowly, and with breath.

Gravity, and your own relationship to it, may or may not become weighty.

The cellular structure of your own body may or may not begin to re-imagine itself.

The internal investigation of the deepest parts of the body may or may not stir a longing in you to investigate your own unraveling.

When I perform Dog Dance, I find a world in my body that is underneath the mud, but that is also flying.

I invite you into this world, in hopes that you too will get a chance to burrow in, and then hover and float, just above the earth.

“Dog Dance is the kind of performance where the act of simply witnessing changes something in my cells. It serves as a kind of mirror. A return to wholeness. An opportunity to let in what stretches just beyond the frame. a reminder of what I have carried with me all along.”  — Laura Ann Samuelson, Choreographer

 
photo by Andrew Marcus, 2016

 
Location:
Floorspace
1510 Zamia Avenue, #101
Boulder, CO
80304

 
Date/Time Information:
The Third Friday of Every Month:
Upcoming: Friday, August 18th  from 7-8pm
Contact Information:
Joanna Rotkin
Fees/Admission:
FREE for Chamber Members
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