[PhiladelphiaDANCE.org Listserv] This weekend Après moi, l'obscurtié at Mascher Space Cooperative

Paige Phillips pgephllps at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 11:45:45 EST 2018


Join us this weekend for Après moi, l'obscurtié, a contemporary dance by
Paige Phillips.


Après moi, l'obscurité (After me, the darkness) examines a myriad of social
and political injustices that women have been forced to endure. By
incorporating aesthetic and contextual references from the Renaissance,
mid-century, and today's pop-culture, the content lays witness to the
longevity of such indignities. A wild ride of vignettes feature sexually
anthropomorphic horses, Francisco Goya's depictions of witchcraft, and
contrived frivolity, amounting to a bold rejection for nostalgic ideals of
purity and femininity.
**For mature audiences only


DATES & TIMES
Friday, January 26, 2018 at 8:00PM
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 7:00PM
Saturday, January 27, 2018 at 9:00PM

WHERE
Mascher Space Cooperative, 2nd Floor (no elevator)
155 Cecil B. Moore Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19122

TICKETS
$15 in advance, $18 at door
LIMITED SEATING, advance purchase suggested
For tickets: http://www.danceboxoffice.com/

Choreography: Paige Phillips
In collaboration with the dancers: Celine McBride, Margot Electra
Steinberg, Mary-Carmen Webb
Sound: Liam O'Connor
Materials: Evan Dawson


To Learn more: http://www.movepaige.com


Paige Phillips is an interdisciplinary artist, and recent transplant
to Philadelphia.
Her artwork engages most frequently with dance, movement scores,
installation, and video. Her content is concerned with recontextualizing
rituals from pop-culture and religion to better understand identity
politics and community formation. Venues where she has exhibited include:
National Museum of Singapore, Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Park Gallery
(Kathmandu, Nepal), Microscope Gallery (NYC), On the Boards (Seattle),
Velocity Dance Center (Seattle), and Urban Arts Space (Columbus). She has
performed for choreographers and visual artists throughout the United
States, Europe, and Asia, including Cyrus Khambatta, Josiah McElheny, and
Owen David. She holds an MFA from The Ohio State University, and BFA from
Cornish College of the Arts. Phillips was recently an artist in residence
at the Marpha Foundation in Nepal and teacher at International School
Bangkok. She is currently an administrator at Mascher Space Cooperative.


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