Slow Falls (2011)

Choreography and design: Abigail Levine

Slow Falls is a work for three dancers who mark increasingly slow descents down a building exterior over the course of 100 minutes — the shortest “fall” lasting 5 minutes, the longest 50. To complete their falls, the dancers must make microadjustments to the stimulus of environment, creating a work that is a literal collaboration with the surfaces on which it is performed.

SESC Vila Mariana, São Paulo, Brazil
Performers: Bruna Dias, Isabella franceschi, and Abigail Levine

Premiered at 2011 Movement Research Festival

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