Questioning the spatial and temporal location and (dis)orientation of the body, The Twenty-Second Se-venth parallels choreography with cartographic and cognitive processes. This evening-length work expands ongoing research that investigates conditions and causality to understand how maps are experienced by their maker, performer, and viewer. Structures of precision are overlaid with the unraveling of event to build systems of demarcation. These performative mapping practices allow for the careful measurement of the here to define the significance of the now.
Artist: Jason Corff | Sound: Liam Byrne | Film: Effy Grey | Mentor: Andrew Wass | Tutor: Rhys Martin