Walk to Topaz
Sept 19 - 23 2016
Mascher Space CooperativeMap
Like a pebble dropped into a pond, this work begins with a reimagining of a young person’s walk into a Japanese Internment Camp. It then ripples outward exploring how this event impacts the lives of the succeeding generations, as they try to comprehend the weight of this experience on their existence and identity.
$12 / 45 minutes
Brendan Tetsuo is a dancer and artist living in Philadelphia He is a current member of Mascher Space Co-Op, where he is working on his personal performance practice, strongly influenced by his time earning his BFA (’14) in Modern Dance at The University of the Arts. His work has been shown in Belgium, France, Israel, and New York. Outside of his personal work, he works freelance with local artists, both in dance and fine arts. He continues to work closely with professors Katie Swords and Jesse Zaritt at The University of the Arts and is a contributor in Phindie, an online dance and theatre journal.