A CONVERSATION WITH THE LAST WHITE BUFFALO - Performance aus dem OK
A CONVERSATION WITH THE LAST WHITE BUFFALO A choreography which was designed and performed on sand dunes for film is adapted site-specifically in the context of the OK, bringing an exterior texture and atmosphere into four walls. Movement researchers Josseline Black and Anni Taskula discover glyphs of the generative process by which simple impulses result in complex images. Using “the shadow”, “the echo”, and “the reflection”, the piece integrates dance, visuals, and film to immerse the viewer in a kind of communicative ancient logic which questions structures of evolution and duality.
Credits: choreography/direction: Josseline Black performance/research: Anni Taskula Camera: Stephanie Farkahazy, Benjamin Olsen, Bernard Pusch
Performance: A CONVERSATION WITH THE LAST WHITE BUFFALO Live sendet at December 15, 2014
Movement Research Residency in OK November 23-30 with Josseline Black and Anni Taskula Open to Public: November 24-29