(K)NO(W) MORE VILLAGE was Heather Kravas and Antonija Livingstone’s premiere of the work at The Kitchen. By using a pictogram as the program’s title, the artists encouraged viewers to interpret the name, as well as the dance itself. After investigating the observation and sensation of the dancing body, Kravas and Livingstone regarded it as a constantly shifting space for love, boredom, violence, pleasure, excess, loss and wonder. The work emphasized the slipperiness of meaning and clarified that the various social customs, such as funereal processions, Dionysian revelry and folk dances were not exactly as they might first appear. This performance was curated by Dean Moss.

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