Project Description

Movement Choirs are creative outlets of nonviolence exercising.  Lauri Stallings is passionate about how dance can be a form of demonstration, a slogan devoid of any demands or words, suggesting a potential dialogue that may or may not occur, waiting for the conversation to be filled by the viewers imagination. The artist constructs the Choirs as public choreographies inviting people to come together an exhibition site to sit, skip, stand, kneel, prance, waltz, spin, be still, shuffle and twist. Nomadic and free, Choirs take on a different form depending on the space being occupied.

OPENING Saturday, October 22
Pasaquan Art Environment
Buena Vista, Ga

choir times announced soon

free and public

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