“Architects are known as psychic geographers – they measure possible interactions between humans and space.” Sheryda Warrener, Curio
Set in an unadorned space, this is an ode to the architecture that is present in the room and to the state of being alone on stage. The dancer draws her body into the space in an effort to give agency to the architecture.
Like a tuning fork, the dancer attempts with each gesture to make these architectural acts visible. The viewer oscillates between the single body in space: how it borders that which is not her, and how the edges and surfaces contain or stand apart from her. This dance is her negotiation with solitude.