A spring-edition solo performance part of the BMCA annual conference in Smith College, LIFELINES events and the theme of Resilience.
Amélie Gaulier will perform in relationship with HAM practice: Emphasizing individuality; each dancer in HAM is always “soloing” – looking and being looked at, sensing, unholding, enjoying what is free; breath and gravity. We are not abstractions, we are not sites of occupation or projects of improvement. Our dancing bodies are a symphony of polyglot, polyrhythmic conversations. HAM, high art moment is a collaboration between Amélie Gaulier-Brody, Dages Juvelier Keates, Rain Saukas and Alexis Steeves. They will activate the sculptures to explore the relationship between the toughness of the city, the softness of the invading sculptures.Collectively, HAM has over 60 years of professional performance experience. Our current work is heavily informed by the live choreographic practices developed by Rosalind Crisp and Andrew Morrish. Individually, we hold various degrees in dance performance and choreography, design, gender, and performance studies and Body Mind Centering.
LIFELINES, an evening of performances featuring work by: ACT ONE: Beth Goren, Andrea Olsen, Wendy Hambidge, Paula Josa-Jones Intermission ACT TWO: Megan Nicely, Amelie Gaulier, Hannah Park, Mariah Maloney