Presented by Ginger Krebs and collaborators, All We Can See from Here proposes a ritual of interdependence. Four dancers build a succession of symmetrical, interlocking “shelters” with their bodies. A geometric diagram on the ground designates the performance’s zone of operations, where resources are equally distributed, and everyone has committed to stay and “work it out”. When symmetry is broken, the team ceremonially re-calibrates to restore equilibrium. The performance features dancers Kennedy Alexandria, Andy Slavin, Lauren Kunath and Ginger Krebs, an original sound score by Joseph Kramer, and costumes by Sky Cubacub.
Listen to an interview with Sharon Hoyer and Ginger Krebs discussing the project on the Means of Production podcast:
(begins at 27:15)