Moving through Space and Time
Let’s get out of the summer heat and head indoors to an interactive and kid-friendly William Forsythe Exhibit: Choreographic Objects at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
From Mfah website, William Forsythe: Choreographic Objects transforms the MFAH into a series of performance spaces welcoming visitors of all ages. The works in the exhibition range from a monumental, immersive installation to a single object meant to be held in the hand. Blurring the lines between performance, sculpture, video, and installation, Choreographic Objects invites you to connect to the organizing principles of choreography.
Internationally acclaimed choreographer William Forsythe (born Protected content experiences that are immediate and fresh. His ongoing series Choreographic Objects is conceived to reveal the ways in which people consciously and unconsciously move through space and time, interact with one another, and respond to both the potential and the limits of their own bodies.
Hope to see you there!
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