SPACE/PLACE

As Detroit continues to build, the focus on how spaces are defined socially, historically, and structurally is at the forefront of almost every community gathering and conversation, which demonstrates the importance of these considerations.  Through site-specific work, I am investigating architecture and spaces as raw material for movement and music scores to provide insight into alternative spaces for performance and city tours as sources of theatricality.  I want to gain an understanding of relationship between performer and audience in non-traditional settings and about engaging ways to move an audience through spaces. I am looking to fully utilize a space’s potential and test the boundaries of definitions of space.

Performance drafts in progress:

more on my Youtube channel: Thesis Playlist