Photograph by Charissa Fay, as a part of GALLIM's photo shoot in partnership with #CamerasandDancers at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Continuum is the word that best describes Andrea Miller’s choreographic journey. She says, “One creative process grows into the next.” Sometimes, she works in opposition or contradiction to previous preoccupations. Other times, she goes deeper into them.
Much like a scientist, Miller poses questions and then tries to answer them through movement. For the audience, performances are similar to “a lab visit” — an opportunity to witness the fruits of the research performed by her and Gallim, the company she founded in 2007.
Her newest work, (C)arbon is both an installation and a traditional performance. She developed the piece as part of her 2017/2018 season as Artist-in-Residence at The Metropolitan Museum of Art where she’s the first choreographer to hold this distinction. (C)arbon delves into Miller’s curiosity about . . .
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