Wolcott is driven by an interest in the flux between the body being an abstract kinetic form in space and an amalgam of qualities and experiences that comprise a human identity – an individual who has history, expression, a sense of humor. Even as she embraces the ineffable nature of this art, it is important to her that people find a part of themselves in the work, so she places her dances in settings that look like the dreams of the real places we inhabit. Her compositions operate like a series of cinematographic quick cuts where density of narrative detail is delivered in complex blasts. The visual and kinesthetic information ultimately compounds and subdivides, giving the audience a sense of being an intimate co-conspirator in the venture.
Performers // Collaborators
photos: Whitney Browne