In between the appearance of night and disappearance of light, our perception may alter in a world of changing visibility.
Dusk is the beginning of darkness in the evening. It is the end of civil twilight. In between the appearance of night and disappearance of light, our perception may alter in a world of changing visibility. In the declining light we reconcile the memory of what was with the reality of what is. dusk is a heartfelt meditation on human relations and surrender.
CHOREOGRAPHER: Joe Laughlin
COMPOSER: Jesse Zubot
LIGHTING DESIGN: James Proudfoot
COSTUME DESIGN: Kate Burrows
DANCERS: Katherine Cowie, Tara Dyberg, Kevin Tookey, Jeannie Vandekerkhove, Matthew Waldie
“What makes the choreography so interesting is the way bodies melt and entwine in the duets, and carve space in the solos. At every given moment, there is an arresting image that catches the eye.” – Paula Citron, Globe and Mail | READ FULL ARTICLE
Joe Ink’s dusk inhabits a haunting limbo, Review by Janet Smith, Georgia Straight
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PHOTO CREDITS: MICHAEL SLOBODIAN, CHRIS RANDLE