What the press
are saying about
Dances of the Sacred and Profane
Mark Foehringer Dance Project: Painting pictures with movement, from San Francisco Chronicle (Rachel Howard)
The projections triggered by the dancers’ movements can look sometimes like brushstrokes, sometimes like etchings — it’s very hard to describe. But the dancers are pushing the particles that are making the drawings.
Pick of the Week from San Francisco Bay Guardian (Robert Avila)
A physicist, a choreographer, a sound engineer, and a media artist walk over to a bar. At the bar are five dancers. Or are they particles? Waves? Subatomic forces? ...
Using Tech to Augment the Possibilities of Dance San Francisco Arts Monthly (Jean Schiffman)
“Cameras capture human motion in real time, and a projection of the motion represented as an energy field interacts with a simulation of the nanoworld.” In performance, the projections will appear on three enormous upstage screens arranged in a semi-circle."
Foehringer explores ‘Sacred and Profane’ , from San Francisco Examiner (Andrea Pflaumer)
The hourlong “Dances of the Sacred and Profane” is an ideal production to reopen the Cowell Theater, known for presenting installation performances.
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