leslie seiters/little known dance theater invites you to a performance experiment in the SDSU Downtown Art Gallery. This is the second in a series of durational performances designed to rehearse/develop one part of our new work Things that Don't Hold Water. For this section we are instigating a art-making process that explores, defines and refines with audiences present. Please drop in for a moment, or make yourself comfortable for awhile.
Kristopher Apple, Dina Apple, Anya Cloud, Eric Geiger, Jess Humphrey, Leslie Seiters
SDSU Downtown Gallery @ Broadway/Kettner (725 West Broadway)
Sunday. June 29. 1:00-4:00
The physical actions the dancers are consumed in are designed to build the piece during performance- a ritual, a loose weave, an urban folk dance, an attempt to be something wild, an attempt to catch something special. Performers are engaged in relational processes that generate a dense activity, unpredictability, and purposeful too-muchness. Perhaps over time an order is perceivable or an internal logic becomes palpable. We are working with contradiction. Can we be both clear/blurry, distinct/indefinite, obvious/obscure, explicit/vague, reverent/unrefined, GRAND/minute, immediate/forward-moving, human/animal, calm/pressured, magic/nothing-special.