fun with dick & jane: working title
Rhonda Moore and Ben Grinberg
September 17-October 4
2020 Fringe Festival
Pay What You Wish
fun with dick & jane: working title is an energetic and physical encounter between two bodies and two artists, Ben Grinberg and Rhonda Moore. They’ve admired each other from afar, and are finally coming together to explore what the combination of their two bodies in space can say and do. In the context of COVID-19, they will create a series of improvisational scores which deal with the fraught-ness of human touch but the necessity of connection. Their desire is to film the entire process of this artistic encounter, capturing not just the way bodies move together but the way power is gained and ceded in the rehearsal room and the way energy is built through verbal communication. From this record of process and performance, the two will edit a multi-layered, non-linear piece of digital video art which will be live streamed with live elements.
This work will feature Audio Description.
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This work may include frequent or prolonged graphic nudity.
Recommended for ages 13+.
Video Available Anytime beginning Sept 17
Live Stream Premiere with Rhonda and Ben Sept 17 at 7pm
Live Stream and Q&A with Rhonda, Ben, and Guests Sept 23 at 6pm
Live Stream and Discussion with Rhonda, Ben, and Guests Oct 3 at 2pm
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