the edge of now delves into Laurin’s preoccupations with ‘the double’. Through distortion of the body, of images, sound, and time, Strauss plays between this physical reality and a suspended place where memory lives.
Choreographer: Ginette Laurin
Interpretation: Heidi Strauss
Projection: Jeremy Mimnagh
Lighting Design: Simon Rossiter
This solo was created with the support of the Toronto Arts Council, the Ontario Arts Council and residency support from OVertigo. Special Thanks to Joshua Koffman and Darryl Tracy.
Braced 4 is a 36-minute work that explores the dilemma of initiation. It is a story of agitation, new equilibrius and changing outcomes. This work for two men will premier at Dancing on the Edge Festival.
Special thanks to Mark Sawh Medrano for the gift of his contribution to the creative process of Brace 4.
Choreographer: Constance Cooke
With Collaborators: Arash Khakpour, Walter Kubanek
Lighting Design: James Proudfoot
Set Design & Concepts: Constance Cook
Set Constructor: Jimbo Insell