ASSEMBLY is an evening-length dance production about honoring our individual and collective pasts while forging rituals not yet imagined
ASSEMBLY is an evening-length dance production about the conscious and unconscious movement histories we carry within us and the desire to inhabit new ways of being. ASSEMBLY continues GREYZONE’s years-long investigation of the transformational power of inherited movement traditions and the creation of self within community. Melding and reconfiguring phrases from the company’s respective dance backgrounds, ASSEMBLY asks how we might honor our individual and collective pasts while forging rituals not yet imagined. In their collaboration, Fines and Jacobovitz are exploring what it means to juxtapose and reinterpret layers of physical and aural histories. Together, they will generate a world within the piece where sound and dance intertwine, each actively inspiring the other. Jacobovitz will record ASSEMBLY’s sound palette and cue it live during the premiere weekend to highlight the interdependence of sound and movement in the creation of new rituals.
American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) presented by the Morris Museum’s Lot of Strings Festival
Morris Museum - 6 Normandy Heights Road, Morristown, NJ
University of Houston, Moores Opera House & Online
San Antonio Botanical Garden