Reflection House (2018)
An evening length performance work set in an interactive, multimedia, influenced environment.
Jennifer Glaws, Choreographer and Media artist, exhibits Reflection House, an evening length, interdisciplinary, performance work set in an interactive environment. The piece investigates the intertwining sociological theories of collective identity and collective self by incorporating movement and projection to represent time, personal choice, and acts of belonging. Reflection House, questions individuality, and how people measure their choices of inclusion. If the choice is to belong, how do we belong physically to a group, an individual, the universe, or ourselves? Is there a degree of illusion about independent choice or the desire for independent succession?
REFLECTION HOUSE was made possible by a collaboration with NEMAA, Northeast Minneapolis Arts Association, and an Artist Initiative grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Sound Design: Dan Dukich
Technical Direction: Sarah Salisbury
Installation Construction: Bethany Reinfeld
Gallery 332, Northrup King Building, Minneapolis, MN March 3-16, 2018