WORK > City choreography: urban movement

This experimental performance work investigates how the spatial form of objects within the city can influence our relationships with one another in public space. By replacing traditional urban planting arrangements, such as a quincunx or an allée, with a traffic cone - a universal sign for attention - this work plays with spatial semiotics to raise questions about our interaction with the urban environment that surrounds us.

City choreography, experimental performance and video work. 2019
Philadelphia, PA

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