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January 29 – January 30
Baltimore Dance Project presents the new evening length work Elsewhere, Again, a live streamed filmic dance performance conceived by Ann Sofie Clemmensen and chroeographed and performed by Ann Sofie Clemmensen and Charlotte Stickles.
Elsewhere, Again is a new performance work set inside the union of virtual and physical space. In the merging of these two realms, collaborators Ann Sofie Clemmensen and Charlotte Stickles explore the constructed distinction between reality and imagination, corporeal and incorporeal. The two artists move through a multi-disciplinary narration of various dream-like scenes, teasing out ideas of how we occupy and relate to the spaces that hold meaning for us. Created during a time when the mundane and the bizarre became almost interchangeable, the work investigates human relationship to place by examining it through the lens of dreams, subconsciousness, and surreality.
Baltimore Dance Project (BDP) infuses visual media, sound, light and technology into riveting dance performance. BDP is known for its edgy artistic collaborations between choreographers, composers, sound artists, visual artists, engineers, and technologists, and the incorporation of visual media and technology with riveting dance performance. Now under the collective leadership of Ann Sofie Clemmensen, Carol Hess, Shaness Kemp, and Sandra Lacy, BDP is dedicated to present the creative work of its leaders and invited guests. The company features outstanding professional dancers from the Baltimore area and beyond. Their work has appeared on the streets of Baltimore in theaters and on the screen, and has been honored with numerous grants and awards.
Performance dates and times:
Friday, January 29, 9 p.m.
Saturday, January 30, 9 p.m.
Please reserve your tickets here. When you reserve your ticket, please check your email for a link — the QR codes you might receive will not provide that information. Admission to Elsewhere, Again is free; contributions in support of UMBC’s Baltimore Dance Project are welcome.