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At the intersection of dance, installation, video, and technology, always now is presented in two distinct sections and seeks to spark a simple shift in the structure of traditional performance to alter the relationship between audience and dancer. Audience members lay on the floor, head to shin in a perpendicular physical orientation, for part of the performance. In collaboration with designers Juniper Shuey, Thomas Dunn, and Julian Martlew, the work aims to expose vulnerabilities of performers by questioning how and if dancers can become audience member again.
Zoe Scofield with dancers
Shane Donohue, Kim Lusk, Troy Ogilvie, Kévin Quinaou, Zoe Scofield, Gilbert Small
Juniper Shuey and Zoe Scofield
always now is supported by the Princess Grace Foundation Choreography & Mentorship Co-Commission award.
Thank you to the Jacob’s Pillow technical crew and staff, Bebe Miller, On to Boards, Velocity Dance Center, Princess Grace Foundation, John Robinson, our Patreon supporters, and all the generous artists who are helping to make this possible.