The Just in Case Woman The Just In Case woman explores the relation between empowerment and women search for safety in this fast paced, complex, and unsteady world in the 21st century. Video interviews with a diverse range of women will serve to create case scenarios for verbal, physical and visual dialogues. Fragments of these will, in turn, be projected and interwoven through dance and sound landscapes.
Description Choreographer Diana Lara, and visual artist Kim Campisano embarked in a collaboration based on their common desire to explore and share with others what means to be a woman in this globalized world in the 21st century.
We interviewed four women and ask them questions about the process of navigation of multiple roles in life, the experience of transitioning from one role to another and/or multi-tasking, what they have given up and leant to survive as women in the 21st century, and their relationships with safety and empowerment.
Base on the content of the interviews we are will create dances, scripts and dialogues, video, objects, and a sound landscape. We will be developing the piece next year. Dancers in the project are: Gizeh Muniz, and Amy Wasielewski