on view at UAS Online
Inside/Out is a durational site-specific dance performance that invites audiences to pause, reflect, and imagine. Through playful navigations of Hopkins Hall courtyard, reimagining relationships to space, place, and each other, dancers invert expectations about architecture, bodies, and the natural environment. Marking one year since the Covid -19 pandemic altered our lives, perspectives, and routines, audiences are encouraged to pause, rest, and reflect upon what it means to improvise, adapt, imagine, and engage in times of change.
Inside/Out is the second installment of Ohio State Dance MFA Candidate Laura Neese’s iterative improvisational project, which premiered at Chadwick Arboretum in Tethering: Iteration I (2020), and is supported by an Ohio State University Alumni Grant for Graduate Research and Scholarship and Urban Arts Space Hybrid Arts Lab.
Inside/Out is presented in partnership with Urban Arts Space’s Hybrid Arts Lab, a multi-venue learning lab that experiments with how art is imagined, made, viewed and understood.