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Suniti Dernovsek and David Stein/Bobbevy

AARON SPENCER
8:30 pm Friday-Sunday, Sept. 13-15; 6:30 pm Monday, Sept. 16., Monday September 16 | $15-$20.
BodyVox Dance Center
1201 NW 17th Ave.
 
This collaborative multimedia performance mixes sound, movement and video to create a stylized landscape: projections of trees and leaves on a screen that blow around in a semi-synchronized manner with the dancers. Titled This Is How We Disappear, the piece is a study on human relationships—not an unusual theme for a dance piece, but slightly more interesting is how it contrasts the tumult of relationships with the simple passage of time.

Where: BodyVox Dance Center
Phone: 229-0627
Address: 1201 NW 17th Ave.
Website: http://pica.org/event/suniti-dernovsek-david-stein-bobbevy/

 
 
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