A mini-documentary about The Hut Project, a series of site-specific huts
built by choreographer and multi-media artist Jill Sigman. Made from found and re-purposed materials, the huts raise questions about sustainability, survival, real estate, and home. Each hut acts as a container for performance, tea, collaborations, and dialogues.
THE HUT PROJECT concept, design, choreography by
Documentary by Katie Buono
Thanks to mentor Marisol Montoya
Footage by Katie Buono, Ayriel Hunt, Peter Shapiro, Douglas Williamson with additional editing by Eric Breitbart
Music by Holland Hopson and Kristin Norderval
Photos by Eric Breitbart , Isabella Bruno, Lindsay Comstock , Rachel Eisley, Peter Shapiro, John Ueng-McHale
Editing by Katie Buono
© 2011 jill sigman/thinkdance
THE HUT PROJECT has received generous support from The Jerome Foundation. It has also been supported by an artist residency and production support at EMPAC (the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center) at RPI in Troy, NY, and partnership from Arts in Bushwick, Moviehouse, and Earth Matter NY. Hut #6 has received additional support from Arts Council Norway, Komponistenes Vederlagsfond, The Norwegian Fund for Performing Arts, Dramatikkenshus, and CODA International Dance Festival. Hut #7 will be supported by Arts@Renaissance.