"Tesseracts of Time" Explores Time and Space Through Dance and Architecture
REVIEW by Alexandra Villarreal, Huffington Post, November 10, 2015
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“"Tesseracts of Time", Jessica Lang Dance's newest piece, dives into the intricacies of time and space by juxtaposing architecture and dance for reflections on stagnancy and movement, permanence and ephemerality...You saw the reconciliation of dance and architecture, two art forms that seem to contradict in time and space. Dance disappears in a split second. Architecture is supposed to last forever. Dance travels. Architecture stays in place. Yet here, both lasted and disappeared, traveled and stayed still. They were one in the same, all bodies in the ether, constructing something to create reality.”

Tesseracts of Time
Commissioned by The Chicago Architecture Biennial, Lead Commissioner. John and Caroline Balantine, Sandra and Jack Guthman, and Michael and Sharon Tiknis through the Imagine campaign; Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Society for the Performing Arts: Commissioning Partners
Created for Jessica Lang Dance
Premiered in 2015
Music: David Lang, Morton Feldman, John Cage, Iannis Xenakis, Arvo Pärt
Set Design: Steven Holl
Costume Design: Bradon McDonald
Lighting Design: Nicole Pearce
9 dancers, 21 minutes
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