From environmental disaster to personal trauma, Concrete Impermanence reveals the fragility of existence through a choreography of people and paper sculptures. Through these relationships and environments, this work draws on the universal experience of grief and loss, revealing the inextricable connection between individual and collective experience.
An ever-shifting series of states, landscapes and urban environments uncover the fragility of both the natural world and of existence itself. Concrete Impermanence is created with both deaf and hearing audiences in mind.
Presented by Dancehouse as part of Dance Massive 2019