Not often do you have trucks driving through your creative piece, although it's an informative contrast, at least in this case. Dancers Taylor Knight and Anna Thompson performed a slow motion meeting on Garrison Place that took two hours to complete, and two hours more to extricate.
In the time-installation "A Meeting Downtown", chalked poetry pursued Taylor, while chalked designs entrained Anna along the sidewalk and crossing through the graveled mid-point of the street, where the two danced as if never separate.
The rainbow echoes of their encounter might last a day before erased, but some souls passed by
and noticed, and paused to appreciate. While the time-lapse of their story lives on in our joints,
in a self-satisfying collection of well-earned aches.