Created and Choreographed by Pioneer Winter
Camera by Claudio Marcotulli
Editing by Jared Sharon
Dancers: Pioneer Winter & Marissa Alma Nick
Film Location: Deering Estate at Cutler, Boat Basin
Ebb/Flow was presented at the Deering Estate’s boat basin as part of the SoBay Festival of the Arts. While Pioneer Winter and Marissa Nick fought on-board the canoe and with their relationship structure, they ultimately confront one another to restore their romantic focus (and footing): mutual affection became a function of stasis. The water will become a metaphor based upon the ebb and flow of romantic relationships. Can two imbalanced individuals maintain a healthy relationship? Ebb/Flow was performed 4 times throughout the opening day of the festival, three of which times were filmed with both traditional equipment and aerially. The film was later added to the Deering Estate’s installation in a 2nd floor viewing room, overlooking the boat basin.
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Add’l photos and performance images: pioneerwinter.org/gallery/ebbflow-2012/
I am a young choreographer—my experiences are not the same as my cohorts—but relationships are something you build upon from birth. Who better to represent a romantic, turbulent, sometimes comedic experience than someone who is still riding that wave?
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