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Dancing About Architecture | Performance

18 December 11:00am - 12:00pm
Organized by: MIT Department of Architecture
Venue: Long Lounge
77 Massachusetts Ave

Dancing About Architecture: A Performance after Georges Perec's Species of Spaces is the final performance of the Space/Dance Studio, organized as one of the Fall 2018 Experiments in Pedagogy on occasion of the 150th anniversary of architecture education at MIT. The performance is free and open to the public.

December 18, 2018, 11 AMRoom 7-429 

Performers: Alex BeaudouinBen HoyleMarisa Waddle, and Christopher Weaver with the Neave Trio

Direction and Choreography:Richard Colton and Mark Jarzombek

Visual Design: Guy Bigland

Space/Dance Studio explores the possibilities of dance within the interpretative language of Georges Perec. Student work, in collaboration with Professor Jarzombek, will be guided by the renowned choreographer, Richard Colton, with music provided by the acclaimed Neave Trio. The final project will be a performance by students with the Neave Trio.