Performance of Tracing Traces on Granville Island Saturday January 29th

Tracing Traces combines storytelling with dance and photography. In a darkened room the performers dance to create striking, luminescent light paintings. The photographs are projected for the audience to view, adding a visual layer to the movement and text. This work was created by Body Narratives, a dance-based collective with an interdisciplinary focus, featuring members Julia Carr, Siobhan Sloane-Seale and Meghan Goodman, in collaboration with artist/engineer Even Oldridge.

The piece is 15 minutes long and show times are 7pm, 7:30pm, 8pm, (break), 9pm and 9:30pm on Saturday Jan 29th.

Tickets: $5-10 sliding scale

Location: 1405 Anderson Street, Granville Island

(Unfortunately, this venue is not wheelchair accessible and requires audience members to climb two flights of stairs.)
This is an intimate space, so come a little early to make sure you can find the space and get a ticket.

***Also I will be performing a pop-up aerial dance with Aeriosa on Granville Island during the Winterruption Festival on February 26th and 27th. Times TBA. Hope to see you then.

Published by Meghan Goodman

Iyengar Yoga and Pilates mat Instructor, Professional Contemporary and Aerial Dance Artist working in Vancouver, BC

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