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Arcane Collective

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Thursday-Saturday, Dec. 5-7., Saturday December 07 | $25.
BodyVox Dance Center
1201 NW 17th Ave.
 
Morleigh Steinberg and her Irish contemporary dance company Arcane Collective perform their hallmark work, Cold Dream Colour, a dance representation of the paintings of Louis le Brocquy. The Irish artist who made ghostly portraits of famous writers like Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett died last year at 95. Steinberg, butoh performer Oguri and choreographer Liz Roche created a 75-minute homage in this slow-motion dreamscape set to a musical score by U2 guitarist the Edge and Paul Chavez of Feltlike. The result is much like Steinberg imagines Le Brocquy’s paintings: spirits reaching beyond the canvas into another dimension.

Where: BodyVox Dance Center
Phone: 229-0627
Address: 1201 NW 17th Ave.
Website: http://bodyvox.com/performance/bodyvox-presents-arcane-collective

 
 
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