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A Bon Coeur: Making the Process Transparent

My recent performances as part of the 2017 INTERSECTIONS Festival at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in Washington, D.C. and as part of the spring series of Movement Research at Judson Church in New York City, New York were scary and rewarding all at the same time. These performances were examples of how I am making my process transparent. I presented these showings in order to invite the public into my process with the hope to learn from and deepen my connections with my audiences. For me, making a performance is not a solitary pursuit, but rather an offering of connection, reconnection, and even disconnection with the people, communities, and worlds around us. By sharing my work in process, I opened a door into my creative process, bringing my discoveries out of the studio, and hoping that, together, we can bring this work to its fullest potential. I'm so grateful to everyone on the journey with me. With this journal entry I share a photo captured by Feng Jiang during my performance Monday, February 27th as part of Movement Research at Judson Church.




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Supported by: Fiscal Sponsorship for Helanius J. Wilkins is made possible by the Boulder County Arts Alliance (BCAA)

 

Photography (unless otherwise specified) by Christopher Michael Carruth. Copyright 2019.

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