Everything Has a Corner presents three original works by Michigan choreographers Carrie Brueck Morris and Angela Yetzke.
Morris’s “Liminal,” a series of five solos, brings together live performance, video, and motion capture to explore barriers, connections, and opportunities through metaphorical points of entry and exit. The work delves into questions of control for both performer and audience, as each dancer uses a unique form of motion capture technology, created by collaborator Nate Bliton, to manipulate and engage with what the audience sees projected. More information about Morris’s work can be found at https://www.carriebrueckmorris.com/
Yetzke’s “Lying, Winning and S Curves” and “You. Unearthed.” both depict the reclaiming, restoring and re-imagining of the body after breast cancer. The first is performed by Chicago dance artist and co-choreographer Stephanie Rankin and the second by five students from Hope College in Holland, MI. Learn more about Yetzke’s “Elephant Project,” which brings movement and dance to breast cancer recovery, at https://angelayetzke.com/in-progress/.
1 hour, 30 minutes
Modern / Contemporary