A Slow Awakening
November 2018, January 2019,
A Slow Awakening is a three-part durational movement research project raising ecological awareness in Hawaii and South Korea with The Spinning Goats Collective including dance and art makers Sami L.A. Akuna, Larry Asakawa, Sequoia Carr-Brown, Jhalak Kara Miller, Mareva Minerbi, Anne Selby, and SheenRu Yong.
The first two events were a beach cleanup held at Waimanalo Bay in Hawaii.
The third event is a performance installation in Seoul at the International Seoul Dance Improvisation Festival that includes the creation of a structured movement score interacting with video projection design and footage of the 2018-2019 A Slow Awakening year long movement research project.
Crossover Performance Installation with Moonea Choi
Seoul International Dance Festival in Tank
Live Performance and Video Projection Interactivity Collaboration
with Moonea Choi and the Spinning Goats Collecive.