When it works, where are you? Invitations and shared practices.
An MFA Project
Graduate student Barnaby O’Rorke has generated When It Works, where are you? Invitations and shared practices, a Zoom Ecamm performance in which each iteration features improvisation with live and recorded material. The UC Davis Department of Theatre and Dance presents the work on April 19, 21 and 23 at 5 p.m. PST.
Hello others and possible kin, the work is an invitation to practice alongside with your own movement, writing, witnessing, reading and noise making, or something other that is unnamed but nevertheless very important to you. O’Rorke will offer ways and actions that you can take up or just watch from a great distance. You don’t have to do anything except maybe notice what you are already doing and perhaps how. This is a continuous work and each meeting will be different. You can come more than once. Your feedback, in the form of text, pictures, impressions, silences or further invitations are greatly appreciated. Your own interaction may happen later. There will be music, moving pictures, holes, words, disturbances and great extravagances. Thank you, Barnaby.
The Department of Theatre and Dance is part of the UC Davis College of Letters and Science.