MuddyBoots

3:1 is a full evening contemporary dance theater piece. During the performance, the relationship between movement and music, dancer and musician, and audience and performer is explored through negotiating cause and effect. Painted signs are used to communicate while questioning modes of communication. The movement material is delivered by chance operations, improvisation, and systems developed by the performers to signal each other in real time. 3:1 was premiered in Frankfurt, Germany at Gallus Theater March 27, 2013.

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MuddyBoots

Ekaterine Giorgadze

MuddyBoots is a collaboration between dance artists Ekaterine Giorgadze and Jason Jacobs. Their approach to the choreographic process begins with examining diverse materials to find impulses for movement. These materials include video footage, literary…


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MuddyBoots is a collaboration between dance artists Ekaterine Giorgadze and Jason Jacobs. Their approach to the choreographic process begins with examining diverse materials to find impulses for movement. These materials include video footage, literary texts, musical compositions, mathematics, and current events, among others. The artists’ interest is in conveying the value and potential of movement to render meaning and provoke emotional and reflective experiences through artistic process and performance. MuddyBoots focuses on extracting movement from non-moving concepts, images and materials through methods of physical translation and transformation.

Ekaterine and Jason are committed to collaboration with individuals from multiple disciplines. Through sharing the creative process with other artists, MuddyBoots aspires to challenge the expectations, methods and outcomes of their artistic research. Collaboration offers the potential to connect the field of contemporary dance to a range of disciplines, aiding MuddyBoots in their ability to communicate about the choreographic process to a wide audience.

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