Memory in Movement
The lasting imprints our experiences leave are the subject of Anat Grigorio's provocative "Memo," a piece that involves paint, dance and audience participation. With jarring innovation, the choreographer will confront her onlookers with some uncomfortable truths about how our past influences us today. This mature audiences only performance will be at the Keshet Center For the Arts this Saturday and is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression. (Joshua Lee)
Saturday Feb 27, 2016
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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This performance explores the evolution of our memories.
“MEMO” premiered in November, 2015 in Tel Aviv, explores what is the evolution of our memories? Can we really choose what influences will stay with us? Can we really ignore the imprints of life and history? Can we remove them? Do we have free choice? It is an invitation to have an effect and design the performance through the performer by engraving / stamping / imprinting her body with words and thoughts that have a direct influence on the way the performer will move and appear. What will stay and how will it affect her? What will be erased and what will have a new meaning?
For Mature audiences only.