Après moi, l'obscurité

photo by Stephen Takacs
photo by Stephen Takacs

press to zoom
photo by Iki Nakagawa
photo by Iki Nakagawa

press to zoom
photo by Evan Dawson
photo by Evan Dawson

press to zoom
photo by Stephen Takacs
photo by Stephen Takacs

press to zoom
1/13

Après moi, l’obscurité (After me, the darkness) examines a myriad of social and political injustices that women have been forced to endure. By collaging together aesthetic and contextual references from the Renaissance, mid-century, and today's pop-culture, the content lays witness to the longevity of such indignities. A wild ride of vignettes feature sexually anthropomorphized horses, contrived frivolity, and Francisco Goya’s depictions of witchcraft, amounting to a bold rejection for nostalgic ideals of purity and femininity.

Click for review: Thinking Dance by Zornitsa Stoyanova

Click for review: The Dance Journal by Olivia Wood

By Paige Phillips

Sound: Liam O’Connor

Materials with Evan Dawson

In collaboration with the performers: Celine McBride, Margot Electra Steinberg, & Mary-Carmen Webb