Collaboration with Katherine G. Moore, Kathryn Logan, Bita Bell

Shale Forming
Shale_Forming image by Heather Taylor
Shale Forming
Shale Forming
Shale Forming (detail)
Shale Forming
Shale Forming

Shale Forming ~ Live event documentation OSU DANCE MFA students perform at Urban Arts Space.

Shale Forming 

Concept and Direction by Katherine G. Moore
Choreography and Performance by Katherine G. Moore and Kathryn Logan
Sound Design by Bita Bell
Installation by Jacklyn Brickman

Created from outdoor improvisational investigation along several of Columbus’s natural waterways, Shale Forming considers the layers of intermediary space between bodies and the natural world. Via a set design that is altered and transformed by the performers’ bodies, as well as captured sound that has been manipulated by sound designer Bita Bell, the work suggests movement through imaginary worlds that intersect with both urban and natural environments. The work includes an installation by artist Jacklyn Brickman on the ceiling of the gallery.

Video Shot and edited by Heather Taylor / Studio Kin

© 2020 Jacklyn Brickman | Visual artist exploring where humans connect with the environment. |

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