CANCELLED: Silk Choke Ripple Pyre
Thursday, September 10
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Three color guard performers march through the streets of Atlanta, entangling the vocabularies of parade and protest as they twirl. Filmed in rhythmic cadence, Silk Choke Ripple Pyre moves across choreographies of violence, celebration, and collective action on its way towards a future-horizon spectacular. The latest work in a series devoted to queer and POC southerner experience.
Movement devised in collaboration with Atlanta based color guard performers, Matthew Gilmore, Deandre Pearson, and Omari Simmon. Music composed and performed by Josh Brown, Jessica Fuquay, and Eric Weidenhof.
Audience will join together to watch a livestream screening of the dance film. Chat features will be enabled during the screening. Appropriate for all ages.
This event has been CANCELLED
Free with RSVP, Pass the Hat donations encouraged
About the Artists
Jamison Edgar is an interdisciplinary artist working between the fields of painting, video, and performance. He grew up queer in the American South and is often covered in glitter. Before moving to Philadelphia in 2020, Jamison lived in Pittsburgh where he received his MFA from Carnegie Mellon University. He has been invited to participate in residencies in Germany and Hungary, and his exhibition history includes solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States, as well as London, Berlin, Singapore, and Budapest. Beyond his studio, Jamison maintains a critical writing practice. His writings have been published by Contemporary Performance, and he is co-editor (with Philip Wesley Gates) of Leaking Vessels, a new arts writing journal.
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