Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series
Thu-Fri, February 6-7
Somewhere in the dark, a queer cyborg coven is performing a ritual for the future of humankind. Using movement, found text, and programming code, TERMINER summons the New England witch panic out of America’s colonial shadows and into the blue light of the digital age. From unjust trials to biased algorithms, what systems of power are harming our bodies and our planet? What spells might we cast to resist them?
Philip Wesley Gates is a director, performance maker, and writer currently based in Pittsburgh. Their work uses choreographic and participatory strategies to drive action and affect outcomes. Philip writes about contemporary dance, teaches performance to undergraduates, and holds an MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon University.
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