A journey into the mind of a building. Created and Directed by Stephan Koplowitz.
Saturday, September 20, 2014 Performances at 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm
Commissioned by the College of Arts and Sciences, choreographer Stephan Koplowitz has created a promenade, site-specific and site-inspired performance event that allows each audience member to select a unique path through the building and to experience various performance events. Some are durational and others time specific. Like immersive theater, everyone will have a slightly different experience and view as they journey through Sullivant Hall, and each audience member will see some but likely not all elements in one performance.
Each of the 11 performance works is a world premiere and is inspired by the history of the building, the architecture, and/or the current use of specific spaces. The cumulative effect of these works serves as a metaphor for learning, collaboration, creative play and dreaming. Koplowitz's goal in collaboration with the Department of Dance, faculty from the Advanced Computing Center for Art and Design (ACCAD), and School of Music chorale groups, is that audience members will gain a new perspective on the life of and the intention of both the building and its mission.
Entry into performance is through Sullivant Hall High Street Rotunda.
Admission is free of charge.
Video: Shot & edited by Elijah Aaron Palnik. Music composed by Elijah Aaron Palnik.