“Technically stunning and resoundingly human.” —Post and Courier (Charleston, SC)
Movement innovator and MacArthur “Genius” Fellow Kyle Abraham draws from myriad sources (hip-hop culture, classical music, visual arts) to create his urgent, expressive choreography. Showcasing his malleable sensibility and virtuosic nine-member company A.I.M, the program includes Abraham’s intensely intimate, new solo INDY, a fleeting work of shifting personas; Drive, a hypnotizing feat of athleticism within a clublike atmosphere; and Meditation: A Silent Prayer, grounded by visual artist Carrie Mae Weems’s potent text invoking police violence against African Americans. The evening’s diverse range of works also includes the all-female state by Andrea Miller (Gallim), a trio of arresting and evocative movement, and Trish Brown’s Solo Olos, exploring the dynamic between movement and structure.
Copresented by Northrop, University of Minnesota.
Program length: 1 hour, 50 minutes (including intermission).
Free Film: The Hate U Give
Directed by George Tillman Jr.
Wednesday, February 19, 6:30 pm
Best Buy Theater at Northrop, University of Minnesota
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