A Place To Begin

Fragments Of A Conversation

A 55 minute performance, dancing about architecture. A Place to Begin is about fragments of conversation between choreographer and the space, with the lens of architecture as stenographer. The piece explores the texture of spaces and how our five senses influence the space.
In a neutral black box theatre, music, dance, live cello and voice interact with the audience in a playful design, architecting emotions and creating a space of movement. Choreography: Maya Lewandowsky​

PERFORMANCE HISTORY

February 2011
Alberta Dance Festival – Calgary, Alberta

CONTRIBUTING ARTISTS

  • PERFORMERS  | NATHAN TODDNICOLE CHARLTON, MEGAN GOLE, JOHANNE YOUNG, SERENELLA ARGUETA
  • GRADUATE ARCHITECT  | KRISTOFER KELLY
  • COSTUMES  | ANNI KUHN

La Caravan Dance Theatre - A Place to Begin reel