Animal Corridor: Day 1

 

Presenting the Day 1 video blog sharing the process of April Sellers Dance Collective in residence at Tofte Lake Center.
Thank you to the MN State Arts Board & Fidelity Charitable / James K Spriggs Foundation for their generous support of this work. 

A public showing of the work in progress will take place at the Tofte Lake Center Thursday June 23 | 7:30 pm
Directions to Tofte Lake Center

Videography by Blake Nellis / www.blakenellis.org 

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2 Thoughts on “Animal Corridor: Day 1

  1. James K. Spriggs on June 25, 2016 at 4:00 pm said:

    These are my thoughts as a philanthropist. I am not a artist, dancer, or choreographer. Day one started out as a Monday slow and easy.

  2. Kat Hickey on August 5, 2016 at 2:02 pm said:

    From this video, the one thing that stood out for me was the notion of shirtless men versus shirtless women. Is a shirtless man simply strong, or have we put a sexualized spin on the idea of a strong shirtless man? Just a thought.

    From this video, the movement seems to be toggling between motifs of strictly physical, stereotypical strong, almost power posing to presentational, showmanship movement.

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