SAND April 26 and 27

"Since January the piece has come together nicely.  Back then the focus on individual movement seemed to dominate; this time the interactions between the dancers was more sand-like, falling in and out of unified yet individualized movement.  And the reason I really liked the wall - thought it was consistent with the theme - is because individual grains of sand don't "know" what other grains are doing, but still move in conjunction and in response to it.  (Plus, I can appreciate the technical challenge of dancing with someone you can't hope to see.  More broadly it also touched on aspects of isolation, which can be interesting to investigate, and on multidimensionality, see the movie Interstellar as a point of reference.)" - Anonymous