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A Series of Movements and Activations
by Ali Prosch and Jacqueline Falcone
with direction in choreography by Christine Tatomer
Sunday, April 29th at 2pm
Open Hours to be held from 1-4pm
1912 Cimarron St. Los Angeles, CA
For this performance, Ali Prosch and Jacqueline Falcone have created choreography of gestures and movement, with dancer Cristine Tatomer, to activate Prosch’s exhibition Come Undone. Bed & Breakfast will hold open hours from 1-4pm, so feel free to come early before the performance for some tea and treats!
Come Undone explores the nuanced processes of aging and loss. Set against cultural constructions of beauty ideals that pedestal the flawless and utilize digital modes of erasure, this series of new latex sculptures use the language of tactile vulnerability. Prosch offers objects that act as a skin, moving between rest and motion, horror and ecstasy. The artist prods dominant adverse representations and perceptions of aging, while considering the stigmas of trauma and grief. Come Undone highlights the power of disorder, metamorphosis and the body in flux.