Katharine Hawthorne eagerly announces the second full evening presentation of her choreography in Analog, featuring new work at the intersection of art and science, grounded in the physics of the moving body.
February 22-23, 2013 8pm
tickets $15-25, pay as able
Joe Goode Annex
401 Alabama St (at 17th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
Analog draws inspiration from prosthetic hands, clocks, levers and pulleys, and impractical inventions like perpetual motion machines. Combining high energy physicality with conceptual inspiration from the sciences, Hawthorne examines how motion is controlled, mechanized, and detected. Described as “beautiful, serpentine, lush” by Heather Desaulniers (CriticalDance), Hawthorne’s choreography invites audiences to experience the mechanics of the world around us.
Artist Biography: Katharine Hawthorne is a San Francisco choreographer and dancer working at the intersection of art and science. She has performed with Hope Mohr Dance, Liss Fain Dance, and Ledges and Bones. Her choreography has been presented widely in the San Francisco Bay Area, Minneapolis, Chicago, New York, Belgium, Greece, and Argentina. Katharine holds a B.S. in Physics and Dance, with honors, from Stanford University. http://www.khawthorne.net
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