Creativity and gestures around domestic objects used by colonial women in Setauket inspired this project. I was attracted to work with the Three Village Historical Society as a group of collaboratorsbecause of their non-linear approach to history- a perfect complement to how I wanted to mix reality and creativity in this work.
An excerpt of a duet version with films was also performed.
Hearth has been shared at the following places: Dance Complex March 2016
Installation at Emma Clark Library East Setauket, NY May 2015
Collaborating Artists: Eric Gunther and Paul Laurey