Screen dance project as part of performative research, in collaboration with Nava Waxman, Maria Kravchenko, Cinzia Cavalieri & Mahsa Alikhan, Diana Yoo & Sebastian Ureamuno  

Sound composition: Jacob Wolos

York University, 2018-2020

These screen dance works explore embodied memories and the emergence of the body as an archival site through movement, improvisation, spatial intervention, and textile costumes as choreographic devices.




Drawing upon the concept of Open Work, Re-visits questions the idea of an artwork that is not identified as a fixed artifact; an open-ended work that is in a constant stage of becoming, a subjectֿ\feeling\idea under investigation, a polyphonic dialogue with repetitions reiteration. The materials are subjected to various modulations and representations, with the conscious awareness that it might problematize the notion of identity of the artwork itself.




 Rubidge, Sarah (2000). Identity in Flux: A Theoretical and Choreographic Enquiry into the Identity of The Open Dance Work. (Unpublished Doctoral thesis, City University London)