Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF's Dances of the Sacred and Profane
Dances of the Sacred and Profane (DSP) is an hour-long dance work without intermission. Inspired by music and art of the impressionist period, DSP explores timing, memory and angles through dance, motion capture projection and music. In DSP, Fulbright Fellow Mark Foehringer teams up with visual/media artist and MacArthur Fellow Camille Utterback, Royal Society Research Fellow Dr. David Glowacki, digital artist Phill Tew, dancer/computer scientist Melissa Kaufman-Gomez, and Dr. Michael St. Clair, a composer & sound engineer from Stanford University. Ms. Utterback will use her expertise in motion capture and interactive projection to design interactive graphics for Foehringer's most ambitious project to date. To purchase tickets visit brownpapertickets.com.