and how to be in two places at once  (2013) instigates questions about connection, intimacy, and presence in a digital age. How can I be present (here) with you (there)? Can I feel you when I can't see you? Is online interface enough? Physically proposing and responding to these inquiries, the work plays with the possibilities of liveness and video mediation.     Performance History/Future  5.2015 The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA 1.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 8.2014  Davidson College, Davidson, NC 4.2014  Colby College, Waterville, ME 9.2013  University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Technology Assistance: Trevor Hess Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Lighting Design for performance at Colby: Jim Thurston Costume Design: Lisa Lantz Photos: Davidson College, Mika Mintz, Chris Record
       
     
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  and how to be in two places at once  (2013) instigates questions about connection, intimacy, and presence in a digital age. How can I be present (here) with you (there)? Can I feel you when I can't see you? Is online interface enough? Physically proposing and responding to these inquiries, the work plays with the possibilities of liveness and video mediation.     Performance History/Future  5.2015 The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA 1.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 8.2014  Davidson College, Davidson, NC 4.2014  Colby College, Waterville, ME 9.2013  University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC   Credits  Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins Technology Assistance: Trevor Hess Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson Lighting Design for performance at Colby: Jim Thurston Costume Design: Lisa Lantz Photos: Davidson College, Mika Mintz, Chris Record
       
     

and how to be in two places at once (2013) instigates questions about connection, intimacy, and presence in a digital age. How can I be present (here) with you (there)? Can I feel you when I can't see you? Is online interface enough? Physically proposing and responding to these inquiries, the work plays with the possibilities of liveness and video mediation.
 

Performance History/Future
5.2015 The Dance Complex, Cambridge, MA
1.2015 University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
8.2014  Davidson College, Davidson, NC
4.2014  Colby College, Waterville, ME
9.2013  University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Credits
Dramaturg: Jeanmarie Higgins
Technology Assistance: Trevor Hess
Original Lighting Design: Gordon W. Olson
Lighting Design for performance at Colby: Jim Thurston
Costume Design: Lisa Lantz
Photos: Davidson College, Mika Mintz, Chris Record

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