https://vimeo.com/157382991!.?.!Created as well as Performed by Michelle Ellsworth. Live Video Processing: Max Bernstein. Lighting Design: Ryan Seelig. Live dancer: Jadd Tank. Web shows as well as shows of kinetoscope, port device, and also typewriter: Satchel Spencer.
Clytigation is a multi-media efficiency and installation including a box, a bike, a typewriter, and a coin ran choreography generator. Across multiple platforms, Michelle Ellsworth shows her “non-prescription counter-terrorism” protocols for preventing monitoring as well as interpersonal drama. Making use of a body double, an ancient text, and also some modern-day technology, Clytigation explores the influence of battles on bodies and legal procedures. A mobile-device-friendly site allows Clytemnestra to shuffle, technologize, and also contract out the Oresteia’s undesirable story.
Clytigation was made feasible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead financing from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation as well as the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Production residency funded by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with financing from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Clytigation is a task of Creative Capital. Clytigation is likewise Funded by The University of Colorado, The Boulder County Arts Alliance, as well as the Boulder Arts Commission.
Clytigation premiered at On The Boards in March 2015.
Video by Peter Richards: electronic camera – Peter Richards, Ashley A. Friend/ modifying – Peter Richards
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