Still from "Come and Go 'Piece a 'Way." Photo courtesy Danspace

Friday Film Break: Reggie Wilson's "Come and Go 'Piece a 'Way"

For Danspace Project's Platform 2021: The Dream of the Audience, choreographer Reggie Wilson offers his first solo performance in years: "Come and Go 'Piece a 'Way." The choreography for this short dance film was created by virtually gathering prompts and movement material from the 10 members of Wilson's company, Fist and Heel Performance Group. With cinematographer Aitor Mendilibar, Wilson considered weight and rhythm, and how to think about dance movement cinematically.

The work is available to stream—along with films by Ishmael Houston-Jones, Eiko Otake and Joan Jonas, and Okwui Okpokwasili—via Danspace's Journal until August 31.

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