Photo by Mateo Serna Zapata


As dancers we are intrigued by the physical demands of different environments, both natural and human made. Working with improvisation and set choreography, the nature of the space and the space of nature challenges our ever-developing consciousness of change, preservation and adaptability.


“Dance—a physical voice for environmental activism, taking it out of the margins and placing it in the center of the conversation.” ~Dr. Andrea Seidel, Author of Isadora Duncan in the 21st Century Capturing the Art and Spirit of the Dancer’s Legacy