kNEW kNOW

kNEW kNOW

kNEW kNOW throws us into a world of known and unknown. It proposes that each moment is new, that what we know and what is now may not agree, and that the truths we have established for ourselves – from instinct, social interactions, family, culture, affinity, imagination or experience – may not be true at all. This work proposes that it is our inherent human curiosity and need to question that pushes us to continue to explore and identify our own unique perspectives. kNEW kNOW asks: what is concrete and what is not?; what can we learn that is new and what can we never know?; what do we like to think we know?; and what do we wish we knew now? This is a project balanced between individual dream and reality, gut and regret, past and present, and the inevitability of chance and change. Original score by Cale Hawkins.

Read review by Emily McNeely on Explore Dance

Presented by Triskelion Arts Aldous Theater April 2014
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“I was charmed. I wanted to be a part of what was going on under those [twinkling] lights.” 

“impressive cohesion and artistic unity.”

– Emily McNeely

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© Sam Polcer
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© Sam Polcer
© Sam Polcer
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