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Dimitri Chamblas, Slow Show - MOCA Geffen

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Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels, with L.A. Dance Project and MOCA, Presents
Dimitri Chamblas, Slow Show, with live score by Eddie Ruscha
Tuesday, October 25, 2022
6pm and 7pm
The Aileen Getty Plaza, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA 

Dance Reflections by Van Cleef & Arpels is a weeklong dance sequence that looks to highlight international choreography in the United States. In collaboration with the L.A. Dance Project and MOCA, the event will bring together three performances from Dimitri Chamblas, Gisèle Vienne, and Benjamin Millepied.

Dimitri Chamblas presents Slow Show at MOCA in collaboration with Eddie Ruscha. Staged in a public space, this performance brings together fifty amateur dancers from across Los Angeles. Based on the principles of trance, exhilaration, telepathy, and unconscious memories, Slow Show, which changes with each iteration, is a collective experience which questions the method of creating an ephemeral community around a choreographic project.

Crowd by Gisele Vienne and Be Here Now by Benjamin Millepied with musical compositions from Caroline Shaw and Andy Akiho will be presented at L.A. Dance Project on October 27 & 28 2022.

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