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917 10th Ave East
Seattle, WA, 98102


Our company is driven by the idea of mythologizing the experience of our senses; creating performances and visual art that challenge the viewer's perception of time and perspective as well as allowing our work's intention to be spacious enough for empathetic experiences to emerge. Our work realizes and exists in the state of liminality- the sense of being 'in-between'. By working across different disciplines, we filter our sensual experiences into the mediums that best embodies a facet of the myth our overall concept is based on.

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No One to Witness and Adjust

"zoe | juniper creates performances and installations that unfold like choreographed paintings"
City Arts Magazine

Chamber studies

No one to witness and adjust was built as a series of chamber studies to research and develop BeginAgain.  The studies were supported through several creative residencies at Velocity Dance Center, gloATL: TanzFarm, Frye Art Museum and On the Boards. Jeremy Barker, independent critic and dance writer joined the studies as an embedded critic documenting the process through an online blog No ideas but in things.  

Zoe Scofield
Juniper Shuey
Morgan Henderson and Various Artists
Matt Starritt
Robert Aguilar and Juniper Shuey
Christiana Axelsen, Kim Lusk, Britt Karhoff, Erin McCarthy, Eloise DeLuca, Allison Sale, Randall Smith, Kate Wallich,
Zoe Scofield & gloATL Dancers




Commissioned by City Arts Festival created and performed in a private home in Seattle. 



no one to witness study#2

Moment magnitude
frye art museum | seattle, WA
november 2012

Seven day accumulating installation and performance, created, fabricated, and rehearsed during museum hours. Museum visitors watched the rehearsal, filming, teaching, and building process that culminated in a final day of performances and video and sculpture installation left in the space.

Moment Magnitude was organized by the Frye Art Museum and curated by JoAnne Birnie Danzker, Joshua Kohl, Ryan Mitchell, Doug Nufer, and Yoko Ott. The exhibition was funded by the Frye Foundation with generous support of Frye Art Museum members and donors. Sponsored by Frank Stagen, Nitze Stagen, and Riddell Williams, it is supported by the Washington State Arts Commission, with funding - in part - by The Wallace Foundation, and by 4Culture and the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seasonal support of the Frye Art Museum is provided by Canonicus Fund and ArtsFund. 


no one to witness study #3
FOr Forgetting

gloatl | atlanta, ga

Commissioned and Performed by gloATL TanzFarm. 



no one to witness study #4

Velocity dance center | Seattle, wa
MAY 2013

In process performance as part of our yearlong Artist in Residence at Velocity Dance Center where the audience watched the performance from a specific pattern lying on the floor as the dancers performed above and around them. Twenty 30 minute performances over two days for 10 audience members at a time were used as research to further develop the final version of the study.