Thursday, July 12, 8:30 pm
$20 members and students
Photo: Kevin Tachman
By Jack Ferver (choreography) and Marc Swanson (sculpture)
"A mysterious, beautiful, angry, and violent work."
—Theodore Bale, Artsjournal.com
A collaboration between choreographer/performer Jack Ferver and sculptor Marc Swanson, this visceral and darkly humorous performance explores the shattering effects of abuse on queer youth. Ferver acts as the emotive flesh and voice inside Swanson’s eerie mirrored set/sculpture, delivering a performance that twists and turns between past and present with pastoral prose, frightening confessionals, and haunting choreography created through interviews, improvisation, and states of trance.
Co-presented by the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston and Summer Stages Dance at Concord Academy.