Live Arts Exchange/LAX Festival 6 - Rebecca Bruno's PROCESSION RELIC

Live Arts Exchange/LAX Festival 6 - Rebecca Bruno's PROCESSION RELIC

Sun. October 14, 2018

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm (event ends at 9:00 pm)

Bootleg Theater

Los Angeles, CA

$20.00

Rebecca Bruno’s Procession Relic has been developed in collaboration with artist and composer Yann Novak and gathers a stellar ensemble of dancers—including Bruno, Alison D’Amato, Jordan Saenz and Flora Wiegmann—who engage attention as a primary choreographic instrument within an undulating atmosphere of sound and light.
 
The work relates regenerative agricultural methods that support carbon sequestration, a natural capacity of Earth’s soil, to choreographic practice. Our soil actively absorbs, holds and releases carbon—in effect, it breaths. Using choreographic methods that center on the dancer’s similar capacities, Procession Relic utilizes a series of subtle constraints to draw attention to the body, the environment it inhabits, and the ways that each are perceived.

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Live Arts Exchange/LAX Festival 6
Live Arts Exchange/LAX Festival 6
October 11-21, 2018

The annual LAX Festival serves as a highly visible platform that supports hundreds of local artists annually, and reaches thousands of audience members in the greater Los Angeles area. With performances and events that are geographically focused in and around Downtown L.A., the Festival program hosts ten days of contemporary performances by Los Angeles-based artists, presented in dialogue with works by guest artists from outside our city’s limits.

Beginning with last year’s 5th anniversary edition, we focus each Festival on an exchange platform with a specific city, engaging artists, curators and organizations in performance presentations, dialogues and artist-to-artist interactions that are designed to cultivate mutual inquiry and long-term network development.

Our 2018 LAX Festival is built on an exchange with artists, curators, and organizations in Philadelphia.

“Experimental theater so unprecedented and boundary-breaking that it feels like messages from the distant future.”
—LA Weekly (BEST OF LA 2016)

“LAX corrals the city’s most creative and visionary artists . . . to shape a uniquely West Coast scene.”
—Los Angeles Magazine

Produced by Los Angeles Performance Practice, this year’s festival is made in collaboration with our partnering venues:
Bootleg Theater & Factory
Automata Arts
Think Tank Gallery
Los Angeles Theatre Center
Venue Information:
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90057
http://www.bootlegtheater.org/