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like summertime which changes

from the beginning to the end and the end to the beginning 



not the wild weed

but some tidal uprising



some flour of yesterday 

some scent of what tomorrow may bring 



A glass house.
A cartography lesson.
A drinking game. 

An invitation to gather at the table. 

An immersive / multimedia / multi-sensory experience through the contemporary mapping of the female body. 
Songs of Body by Michelle Sui

with glass & scent installation by Goldie Poblador 

and arduino body sensors & software by
Josh Gordonson and Dan Timmons 

Sat June 25, 2016 7:30PM
Dixon Place 


composed, designed, and directed by Michelle Sui
sound design by Zach Rosenberg and Michelle Sui
costume design by Amanda Roberge
lighting design by Elizabeth Stewart
choreography by Michelle Sui
assistant choreographed by Emily Wolfe
production assisted by Holly D'Atri 
produced by Julia Kennelly and Michelle Sui 



Songs of Body

risen, fallen / like bread 
or tides of the sea before parting 

composed, choreographed, and directed by
Michelle Sui 

in collaboration with––

costume design / Amanda Roberge
scent and glass design / Goldie Poblador
lighting design / Elizabeth Stewart
sound design / Zach Rosenberg & Michelle Sui

floral infusions / Lynne Rey 

Friday May 20, 2016 8PM 
Saturday May 21, 2016 4PM
Sunday May 22, 2016 4PM & 8PM

360 Jefferson St. 
Brooklyn, NY

Songs of Body is an invitation / a cycle of evolving, immersive performances of different moments in time performed in different locations / a synaesthetic music score / an experimental opera inspired by women's folk songs of Eastern Europe, Georgian folk and liturgical music, the architecture of a house, and the violent mapping of the female body / assistant choreographed by Emily Wolfe / produced by Michelle Sui / Julia Kennelly / Anna Lesniak 


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