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Landscapes beckon our bodies to enter, to forge ahead and simultaneously urge us to step back, to realize perspective. In Landscape #6: …will set the moving bodies of the performers share time with the other elements that surround them. They disregard the inevitable as such; the disappearance of the sun behind the trees, the drying of their pond soaked clothes, the falling of the pine needles to the ground and instead place their physicality within the dynamic relationships of light, water, wood and sound.

Concept / Choreography: Kathryn Baer Schetlick

Performance: Great Pond, Wellfleet

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Landscape #6… will set
Landscape #6… will set
Landscape #6… will set
Landscape #6… will set