Staying with the Pause:
Emotive Landscape Dances
With the stress of social isolation, anxiety, and depression that may arise, how do we stay connected in the “pause” that COVID has brought to us?
Hannah Levy's site-specific choreography draws attention to the intersecting emotional terrains many are navigating right now and connects these to the terrains of the Palouse, industrial and natural, to invite viewers to participate in processing emotional ups and downs. Read Hannah's Statement about the choreographic gestures featured in this piece, and see this map of the sites the performance sites Hannah selected.
Staying with the Pause was made possible by a Community Challenge Grant
from the Center for Arts and Humanities at Washington State University.
Video edited by Ally Pang
Page designed by Alexander Jensen