Daily Archives: October 8, 2016

Gorging on madness – Greg Bruce on The Instrument’s Night Glass Day Mirror

Gorging on madness – Greg Bruce on The Instrument’s Night Glass Day Mirror

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Watching Maya Carroll -The Instrument perform Night Glass Day Mirror is like watching two people move in and out of a nightmare or bad trip. The soundscape is created on stage by Roy Carroll and consists of a cacophony of loud pops, feedback, scrapes, and other distorted percussive gestures. Maya moves in precise spasms as she seems to interact with the visions of a […]

The Motif of the Ageing Dancer – Gloria Hickey on Sara Porter and Joe Ink.

The Motif of the Ageing Dancer – Gloria Hickey on Sara Porter and Joe Ink.

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Joe Ink.’s performance of 4OUR admirably accomplished its goal of expressing the “intriguing paradox that as we mature into the height of our artistic abilities, our bodies begin a slow deterioration, leaving our emotional lives and memories more vivid and potent than ever.” In addition was the consistent, palpable and poetic sense of relationship on stage. From the opening notes […]

Amusement, honesty, and integrity – Greg Bruce on Sara Does a Solo

Amusement, honesty, and integrity – Greg Bruce on Sara Does a Solo

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Sara Porter’s Sara Does A Solo gives an intriguing look into the inner and outer life of an artist. Using movement, song, and spoken word, Porter portrays the often confused persona of someone who identifies as a mother, daughter, writer, dancer, and musician. She exposes the audience to the bare truth that life, as in art, is filled with everything […]