A Parallel Meeting Downtown
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.