Rustlin’ Vessels is a movement lab. Lucy guides physical explorations contaminated by the language of somatics, science, and poetry. Participants will work alone, in pairs and as a micro-community through improvisations of various forms, including freestyle composition, the use of analogy, witnessing, sign posts, systems, and touch. Current proposals constellate around possibilities : the porousnessContinue reading “Rustlin’ Vessels”
Ibrida*Pluri III, Eastern Bloc, Montréal, Québec, April 27-28, 2017 In her absence, Lucy entrusted a performance of dance notations to two artists, Paige Culley and Andrew Tay for Ibrida*Pluri III, festival of hybrid media in Montreal, Québec. As a kind of temporal Cubism, they reanimated drawings of dances Lucy made and felt while in residence inContinue reading “reaching over a brink of darkness, folding open to a starlight trepanation”
How do gestures adapt to the chaos of weather, terrain, and urbanism?
Lucy M. May / Photo © Nans Bortuzzo Performers on stage: 4 Length : 90 min Location : site-sensitive installation DESCRIPTION EN // Meditative and cyclic, lo-tech and detailed, Vivarium is a slow-unfolding of sound, movement and gardening. Four artists respond to the location where they perform. The work values alternative ways of attending to, moving, and being movedContinue reading “Vivarium”