Blind Consequences Info

Blind Consequences (2017)

Blind Consequences explores indulgence in hedonism and the resulting negative outcomes that follow. In the first section, a soloist falls into the throes of physical and emotional pleasure only to find herself delving further and further into a state of despondency.  She is left wanting while her psyche rummages through various responses. The group section consists of three distinct vignettes: Reality, Desire, and The Collective. Reality depicts just that: what occurs in the real world, regardless of what she may want to happen. Desire, performed by two dancers, is shown on the edge of the stage -- almost in the audience. Gestural phrases demonstrate the soloist's true wants: love, energy, satisfaction, and purpose. Lastly, The Collective makes known the disturbed psyche of the subject. At a point, The Collective splits, conflicted with its own responses and analyses; however, it is not long until it unites once again and begins to approach the soloist, confronting her head on. The piece concludes with the soloist consumed by her own psyche, leaving behind her desires.

10 mins in length 

Performed:

February 23 - 24, 2017

Dances @ 8 in the Dance Theater at Sam Houston State University - Huntsville, TX

 

Dancers:

Abby McBroom, Alissa Billasano, Amy Prentice, Andrew Junek, Autumn Harms, Emily Bailey, Emily Robison, K.K. Turner, Kharma Grimes, Saxon Ballard, Steffani Lopez, Wes Cordova

 

Music:

Canon and Gigue in D Major by Pachebel

Symbol by Wolfgang Voigt

Gwely Mernans by Aphex Twin

 

Photos:

Carrie Courtney 

Unfortunately I only have high quality photographs of the solo.