anna dancing in a harness suspended in air

Photo Credit: Samantha Henderson

An aerial work production exposing the performer's inner world by Anna Pillot

"INbalance | IMbalance" is endurance-based movement research that explores possibilities to change or be changed in the reciprocal relationship of the external and the internal. Technology that externalizes internal happenings of the body is applied to aerial apparatus work, contemporary dance, and running to give the audience a window into these relationships. This research is being done in collaboration with Caroline Butcher, MFA Candidate in Dance, Brad Gallagher, PhD student in Intermedia Art, Writing, and Performance, and Ruthie Scarpino; and is made possible by the Arts and Cultural Enrichment Grant, Graduate Research in Dance Fund, and MFA Excellence in Research Micro Grant.

Performances Friday & Saturday, February 25 & 26       Register (required)

anna dancing in a harness lightly connecting to the ground

About the Artist

Anna Pillot is a trapeze artist, movement artist, teacher, and adventurer. She has performed nationally with dANCEpROjECt, Richard Rivera-Physual, Valerie Green Dance Entropy, People Who Move, and internationally with Grosso Modo (Quetetaro, Mexico). Her choreography has been featured at various venues nationally and internationally. In the air, Anna specializes in swinging, fixed, and dance trapeze. She has worked for Cirque du Soleil, Marquise Productions, Seano's Circus Theatricks, and has performed as an individual artist in various venues and cabarets. Anna is currently pursuing an MFA in dance at CU Boulder.

 

Photo Credit: Samantha Henderson