“As we vacate our previous venue, Spazio Performativo, and prepare our new one, Site Lines brings attention to work that is site-specific both for the dancer and the audience. How does the site affect our sight? How does the viewer affect the dancer moving? This social choreography of space is both subtle and strong, and can bring a sense of newness and collective unity to dance as an artform. The artist and the audience are both free to define their own position without the constraints of the proscenium stage. This can also extend into our daily routines as a new way of seeing and sensing the world. Please take the time to enjoy” - Gerry Morita Enter your text here...
In this mid-winter salon, MZD Associate Artist 2021-22, Lebo Disele comes together with some of Edmonton’s most exciting artists to explore place, voice and visibility. Site/Sight/Place is an interdisciplinary performance […]
Icône Pop is a playful clash between religious and pop iconographies, the sacred and the profane, saintly exultation and self-glorification. Nods to the Virgin Mary and Beyoncé feature side-by-side in […]
blur is an embodied exploration at the intersection of dance, performance art, sound & theatre.Through workshops, presentations, performances and collaborations, blur asks it’s participants to obscure and soften the technical […]
MZD Artistic Director Gerry Morita explores environmental catastrophe through fire, wind, and ice melting in a warehouse setting where the visceral reality of the dancers becomes stark. A continuation of […]
A sensorial unravelling. A conjuring of ancestral love, grief, and the embodied values of Pam Tzeng and collaborators. The performance installation features a collection of moving portraits centering the multiplicity […]
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