Somewhere Downwind is a collaboration with Jo Stewart.  It is a movement, performance piece that was performed at The Brick in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in September 2017.  Somewhere Downwind consists of an improvisational score in 4 parts and it aims to construct a visual diary of sorts commenting on the nature of “dwelling." In it, we used weather phenomenon, patterns, and forecasts to measure our sense of permanence and test the vulnerabilities of our chosen shelters—whether those shelters be relationships, houses, or communities. We move between dance, mime, and puppetry with live accompaniment by Aaron Rourk and Zack Nestel-Patt on the clarinet and double bass. 

Somewhere Downwind is a collaboration with Jo Stewart.  It is a movement, performance piece that was performed at The Brick in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in September 2017.  Somewhere Downwind consists of an improvisational score in 4 parts and it aims to construct a visual diary of sorts commenting on the nature of “dwelling." In it, we used weather phenomenon, patterns, and forecasts to measure our sense of permanence and test the vulnerabilities of our chosen shelters—whether those shelters be relationships, houses, or communities. We move between dance, mime, and puppetry with live accompaniment by Aaron Rourk and Zack Nestel-Patt on the clarinet and double bass.