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|CounterPULSE Winter 2010 Artists in Residence: Kendra Kimbrough Barnes, José Navarrete & V|
|Date||Sunday April 04|
|Time||8:00 PM - 10:00 PM|
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1310 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA
CounterPULSE's Winter 2010 Artists In Residence present new work examining water privatization and the effects of incarceration on families in a double bill.
Kendra Kimbrough Barnes
Home is That Way?
Kendra Kimbrough Barnes creates an impassioned dance piece about a family dealing with incarceration. When a son/ a brother loses an idea of where home is (literally and figuratively) after being in the prison system, this leads to retracing steps. Told in four chapters, Home is That Way? is a dance drama that that recalls the innocence, genius, tragedy, and rebirth of an imaginative boy.
Jose Navarrete and Violeta Luna
New Rituals for a Desperate Era
New Rituals for a Desperate Era reinterprets ancient Mexican mythology and iconography to address pressing ecological issues around water rights and shortages. Drawing from the poetry and didactic power of pre-Hispanic myths, it constructs a compelling discourse on the depletion of our natural resources, in a production that combines contemporary dance, performance art, new music composition, visual art installation, and video.
Thursday-Sunday, April 1-4
$15-20 (Members $10-15)