InhaleExhale: AN EXPERIMENT IN CREATIVE COLLABORATION
Saturday, February 29, 2020
InhaleExhale: An Experiment in Creative Collaboration
Sliding scale tickets $0 to $60. Suggested ticket price $20. Help us make this event accessible to all by buying an extra ticket or two in addition to your ticket. If the suggested ticket price is a hardship, pay what you can or come for free!
6:00PM Doors / 7:00PM Show
InhaleExhale is a multimedia, multidisciplinary conversation series about death and dying curated by Window Seat Media in collaboration with local artists, organizations, and groups. We’re interested in questions like, What are our “blueprints” for dying? Where do these stories come from and how do they inform the care we seek and receive? What stories challenge our
understanding – or are challenging to hear – and what can we learn from them? We curate a variety of monthly events – from visual and performing arts events, to community conversations and nuts and bolts workshops – to share powerful stories and ideas and ask what is possible for ourselves, our families, and our communities in life and at death. InhaleExhale continues with an experiment in creative collaboration. We invited (mostly local) visual and performing artists to share their questions, ideas, and stories about death and dying through the creation of original works. What resulted was a mosaic of voices and expression. The malleability of memory, the possibility of queer kinship, the interdependence of human and nonhuman, sound and body as conduit and connector, life as celebration…are some threads that weave these works together. We’re excited to share our experiment and their stories with you! Join us for interactive activities and opportunities to share your story throughout.
o Nomy Lamm & the Sacred Fragments Ecstatic Choir
o Into Your Light, film short by Fandangoe Kid and Tara Darby
o I’m Ready to See You, dance by Lucien Spect, Shani Banai, V Hoy and Hillary Adler with live music by Z Santos, accompanied by Matt Summers
o Sanctus, a short film by Barbara Hammer
o Loop, film and dance by visiting artist Shannon Brooks
o Visual art by Sylvia Chowdhury, Anne McGowen, and Eyevin Lucia
o Interactive art installation, For Whom the Bell Toils, and conversations led by Miranda Mellis, local artist, writer and Evergreen Faculty Member
For more information about the artists and the works they will present, visit:
For upcoming InhaleExhale events, go to: https://www.windowseatmedia.org/inhale-exhale