The Holding Project presents
LINES OF PULL
Image (c) The Holding Project taken by Tomás Alfredo Valladares
Portland interdisciplinary dance company, The Holding Project, presents ‘Lines of Pull’, a dance based performance created in residence at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center. Lines of Pull investigates the passing of time, perception of age, the struggle of identity, and relationships to inherited histories through mediums of video, live dance, soundscape, and set design. Throughout the evening length performance, dancers explore and embody universal connections to time through footage sourced from community interviews, and examine the forces that pull their own personal trajectories.
Tickets are $18 general admission and may be reserved online or at the door prior to performance.
For more information on The Holding Project, visit their website.
This evening length program consists of work by Artistic Director and Choreographer Amy Leona Havin, Choreographer Lena Traenkenschuh, Dancer Catherine ‘Caty’ Raupp, Dancer Abigail Nace, Sculpture Artist Maggie Heath, Musician Valeire ‘Indira Valey’ Prezcek, and Filmmakers Tomás Alfredo Valladares and Dora Jane Schaller.
October 21 & 22
doors at 7:30 PM, performance at 8 PM
$18 at the door or