Research for Inside You Is Me
By Dena Beard
Video Documentation of movement/sound/architecture research for the performance installation, Inside You Is Me. Research was conducted at EMPAC in Troy NY. The research took place over two residencies during the spring and fall of 2014.
Choreographers Joanna Kotze, Julian Barnett, and Jocelyn Tobias to move through the installation to developed a corporeal vocabulary to experiment with how movement and the sound composition can complement, contradict, and challenge an audience.