95 Empire Street
by Passive Aggressive Novelty Company
if time is a chair,
and the ocean can write
where will songs sit?
imagined memories wash away.
their reflections – a melody of false, of true.
Part spectacle, part meditation, this intimate performance invites audiences into a temporal architecture of movement, sound, and language, wherein a lone figure dances with a curious collection of unfolding fictions.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Passive Aggressive Novelty Company presents performances that play at the boundaries of perception and expectation. Weaving elements of dance, music, theatre and video into immersive multi-sensory experiences, the works delight in exploring the contrapuntal possibilities that arise between the interaction of actions, objects and audience.
Andy Russ (artistic director) is an interdisciplinary artist, educator, and an active generalist. With over 25 years working professionally in the arts, he has worn many creative hats: choreographer, composer, consultant, coordinator, dancer, designer, director, editor, engineer, manager, producer, and teacher. He currently lives in Providence, RI, where he is an active teaching artist, sound designer, performer, and dad.