With and Without
Created by Jill Moshman
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This piece, titled With and Without, explores elasticity of distance and space between the dancers, tangible spaces, and the intangibility of the past. It is in three parts- the first part, the dancers work with text and improvisation to shape this idea through verbalization of malleable and unmalleable distances. The second part has the dancers performing complex and intertwining movement, using themes of repetition to find the intricacies in the way familiar actions change after a loss. The third part incorporates film, both as a backdrop to the performance to create contrast between the present and the past, and as a way of incorporating visual text into movement. Throughout, there is a sense of contrast between intimacy and distance, of working in tandem and working alone, and exploring how one is part of a whole and the ways in which that is disrupted through the passage of time.