Episode 10: prOphecy sun

Episode 10: prOphecy sun

Prophecy_Sun-Photo Amanda ArcuriprOphecy sun
prOphecy sun’s interdisciplinary performance practice threads together both conscious and unconscious choreographies, sound, and environment, to create exploratory works that invoke deep body memory and draw from an interior landscape of dreams. Over the last 9 years she has been self-releasing music and videos using smartphone technology as a capturing tool. She is a PhD student at the School of Interactive Arts + Technology at Simon Fraser University and the recipient of the Governor General’s Gold Award. She is a founding member of Dance Troupe Practice and current resident at the Pandora Park Fieldhouse. Her experimental performances, sound compositions, installations, videos, and collaborations have been exhibited at Unit/Pitt Gallery, inFlux at the Surrey Art Gallery, L’alternative: Festival de Cine Independiente de Barcelona, ISEA 2015, DIS 2014, FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver International Jazz Festival, International Experimental Cinema Explosion (USA), Your Kontinent Festival: Art in Containers (Richmond), Festival des Musiques Creation (QB), Live! Performance Art Biennale, Soundasaurus Media Arts Festival (AB), Signal and Noise Media Festival, Exploding Cinema (UK), Square Waves Festival (UK), Dancing on the Edge Festival, Month of Performance Art (Berlin), 12 Min Max, and Low Lives 4 International Festival of Live Networked Performances. Check out more on the Moving Stories website

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