The Black Space, coming Aug. 30- Sept. 2
It’s time to give you the low down, the nitty gritty on our upcoming show. I’ll start with an image:
Next, I will give you a little description.
Fresh Arts invites audiences into the visual and visceral world where the performing and visual arts meet in The Black Space by Lydia Hance’s Frame Dance Productions. The Black Spaceis a multi-media dance installation and performance, running August 30 through September 2 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.
Participatory and intimate in design, The Black Space explores the concept of forgiveness and the dichotomy between the sanity and healthiness of letting go and the unresolved anxiety that results from holding on to how others have wronged us. The Black Space is live dance performance, dance-on-screen, new sound scores, and the instinctive need to find forgiveness in the midst of injury.
Frame Dance Productions is dedicated to making innovative and vulnerable works. Frame Dance gives permission to the viewer to interact in any way, to allow the audience to shape both their own experiences and the experiences of the other audience members. The space is intimate, and there is no stage. Patrons are encouraged to enter the performance at any time after 8 p.m., walk through the space, get close to the dancers, interact with the projections, and shape their own experience. Each performance will conclude by 9 p.m. and the audience will be encouraged to stay for a reception with the artists.
What the heck is Fresh Arts?
About the “new” Fresh Arts:
Fresh Arts is committed to supporting and inspiring artists, strengthening Houston’s arts organizations and creative community and deepening public participation in the arts. In April 2012, Fresh Arts was formed with the merger of two local arts service organization, Spacetaker and Fresh Arts Coalition. Through Summer 2012, more information can be found at www.spacetaker.org/blog.
Fresh Arts invites you to The Black Space, a multi-media dance installation and performance by Lydia Hance’s Frame Dance Productions. Participatory and intimate in design, The Black Space explores the concept of forgiveness and the dichotomy between the sanity and healthiness of letting go and the unresolved anxiety that results from holding on to how others have wronged us. Spacetaker Gallery at Fresh Arts (2101 Winter Street)—$10. www.spacetaker.org
And the necessary Deets. Please note: Fresh Arts is selling the tickets on their website. We will not be selling tickets on our website. Good chance to see what they’re all about. But share some love with framedance.org too. Otherwise, we’ll miss you. 🙁
WHAT: Exhibition: Frame Dance Productions | The Black Space
WHEN: August 30 & 31 and September 1 & 2, 2012
All shows begin at 8 p.m.
WHERE: Spacetaker Gallery at Fresh Arts | 2101 Winter Street, B11, Houston, TX 77007
COST: $10 – reserve your seat by making a purchase at http://bit.ly/TheBlackSpace