SNUG: unites dropshift Artistic Director, Andrea Cerniglia and Emma Draves in a shared evening of developing works. Cerniglia’s work, At Our Edges, in its second phase of development, explores an adaptable physical state and our connection to the natural world and its processes of life and death. Cerniglia’s research acknowledges existence and the absence of - centering on a community of movers that work to preserve the value that each body brings to the space. Draves’ work, The Quiet Hours, explores themes of independence and interdependence, tracking how we comfort ourselves in the ‘quiet hours’ and when we reach out for community.
This work will show at an transformed storefront space located at 4251 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago