Fall performances with Aeriosa

In September 2021 I had the opportunity to perform in Tofino suspended in the trees for “Habitats & Camouflage” and be a part of a new creation at the Scotiabank Dance Centre in downtown Vancouver called “Home/Domicile” to celebrate the 20th anniversary of both that building and our dance company. What a wonderful opportunity to participate in live art again. I am so grateful to Julia Taffe, the Artistic Director of Aeriosa for bringing together a fantastic group of artists and collaborators, especially after being apart for so long.

First day back in the trees! Rehearsal photo by Julia Carr, dancers Meghan Goodman and Cara Siu
Dancers Chandra Crown, Cara Siu, Julia Taffe, Meghan Goodman and Julia Carr in moth capes designed by artist Sarah Fuller

“Home/Domicile” Choreographed by Aeriosa’s Julia Taffe, in collaboration with visual artists Sarah E Fuller and Stuart Ward. This new aerial dance work was inspired by moths, and the dancers, wearing ‘moth’ cloaks designed by Fuller. The piece was performed on the north wall accompanied by Winnipeg sound artist Keri Latimer. Choreography: Julia Taffe, Visual Artists:Sarah E Fuller and Stuart Ward. Dancers: Cara Siu, Chandra Krown, Julia Carr, Meghan Goodman. Safety Director/ Rigging Designer Colin Zacharias. Site Manager Peter Jotkus.

Published by Meghan Goodman

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

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