Bloowst windku premiered at HERE April 29-May 9, 2015. The work received commissioning, development, and production support through the HERE Artist Residency Program. Additional support provided by the Mertz Gilmore Foundation, and by residencies from The Bogliasco Foundation, Insel Hombroich, and the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
a work by Rebecca Davis
developed in collaboration with
performers: Lydia Chrisman, Carolyn Hall, and Kay Ottinger
composer: Zach Layton
lighting designer: Kathy Kaufmann
costumes by Bethany Lyttle
and set construction: Linda Rolon, Vilém Benes, and Lydia Chrisman
Bloowst windku is an hour long performance for three dancers in which sound, light, and movement are compositional equals. Within a glowing room constructed from more than one thousand used security envelopes collected by Davis and her collaborators for over three years, the familiar is rendered strange as the performers shift with dream-like logic from basic pedestrian movement to highly abstracted forms.
…languorous, ultraprecise and slightly strange… New York Times review