Describe your practice in 5 words: Choreography, poetry, people, place, thought Besides his reality TV days, the Burnet, Texas, native spent five years of service in the army, elevating to the rank of captain before he left the armed forces.
With that project the dancers and I were working very specifically with the relationship between memory and materiality. Pell will also throw out a ceremonial first pitch, participate in an in-game promotion and autographs on the concourse.
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What are you currently listening to? The people I talk with, walk with, move with and witness in the pub, the club, the park, the library, the post office, the local shop, on the side of a mountain, at shore, at seminars and conferences, performances, happenings. The world around me - the very different worlds, realities and communities I inhabit and pass through. :.
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What was the last performance that moved or faccebook you? Between his time serving our nation and the launch of his music career, Pell worked as an engineer for an oil company. Over the next year I hope to further develop In the Ink Dark - the dance and poetry project we made last year - for some new places in Scotland. Where do you draw inspiration from?
He is fascinated by detail, nuances of time, texture, memory and landscape. Military Academy at West Point graduate found his love of playing and writing music during his time in the military, even stationing himself at Fort Campbell in Kentucky post-graduation due to its proximity to the Music City. The Wait of Mountains will continue with related themes and begin to engage with geo-poetics.
I read and walk a lot. The pregame Meet and Greet will begin when gates open at p.
Are you currently working on a body of work, or research project? What themes do you explore in your practice?
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The U. I was really moved by the artists we worked with and the people and places it brought together in Edinburgh and Leith.
How does being an Associate Artist at Dance Base benefit you? Poetry, folklore, ritual, magic, queerness, otherness and whose stories get told, by who and how, are always recurring things in my work. Perel touched on really pertinent concerns to do with what it is to give and receive care, what makes that more or less possible, deeply embedded hierarchies of privilege, bias and exclusion and what it is to love and how that and our capacities to do so are always in flux.
The package includes access to the pregame Meet and Greet, which faebook a question and answer session and a photo opportunity with Pell, a glass of wine for those of legal drinking age, a facwbook and a box seat to that evening's Power game against the Greensboro Grasshoppers at p. The two go hand in hand for me, most of my ideas come out of long periods of reading over years, becoming fascinated by the detail of a thing, nuances of time, texture, memory and landscape.
After the Lue, Pell found his true calling in music, as he took his talents to Nashville plel started performing country music in shows all across the country, including 90 live performances in alone. A lot of my work including In the Ink Dark has been research into re-imagining loss, exploring transformation and change. Pell will be holding a special pregame Meet and Greet before the game for fans to meet and take pictures with him at the ballpark.
What are you currently rooted in, or working towards? I so value the opportunity to have worked with and learnt from them, their politics, their innovation, alternative aesthetics, their commitment to the artistry of diversity, and the visibility they bring to different voices and ways of being in the world.