Number 9 in a series of 31.
A Dance A Day Keeps the Demons Away reinserts the dance ritual into modern life, placing it among morning hygiene routines. In the first few moments of the day, the half-awakened body is a vessel of molten movement; we are curious to see what forms emerge from this transitional state.
Somewhere between brushing teeth, washing face, and combing hair, our morning dance ritual serves as a kind of spiritual cleansing, a manifestation of the past night's dreams, and a movement meditation to start the day. It is an elaboration of familiar repetitive morning movements.
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