glacial erratics is a body of research and form of ceremony that allows space for embodiments of care, kinship, grief, and rebellion with and for the more-than-human world. glacial erratics focuses specifically on the transformation of glacial ice and its retreating existence from our planet. glacial erratics offers viewers space to consider their relationship to longer-than-human time scales and asks how we bear witness to that which is being lost in a changing climate. it asks how dancing for more-than-human life is a way to remember, retrieve, re-encounter, and embody a futurity that is yet to be known.
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Earlier Event: June 13Dance Class: Glacial Bodies Contemporary Lab Series
Later Event: June 23Social Change Sunday: Courtship, Kinship, and Consent w/ Christos Galanis