Opens July 11 
Since 2018, dance artists Ilana Reynolds and Sabrina Huth have been investigating the question of how to encounter a body that is not there. They have never met in person. Stories of Absence is an interdisciplinary performance installation envisioned as a living archive that unfolds a collection of written stories, live performance (dance) and video. It is part of a larger artistic research project called Imagined Choreographies. In collaboration with visual artist and filmmaker Ester Eva Damen and architectural designer Joris Berger, Huth and Reynolds relate their personal experience to other people’s stories of absence, the experience of someone being there and not there at the same time.

Festive opening: July 11 5pm-9pm
Exposition July 11-August 2
Workshops scheduled on Sundays
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