von der Heyden Studio Theater at the Rubenstein Arts Center 2020 Campus Drive Durham,
SLIPPAGE presents an exploration of redlining, gerrymandering, and asocial cartographies that produce and reinforce inequality. Deploying custom-designed live-feed sonification interfaces, wearable technologies, and AfroFuturist performance practices, this hour-long afrotechnopunk extravaganza brings Duke faculty, graduate students, community activists, and SLIPPAGE artists together for a special Moogfest presentation.
Collaborating Artists: Martin Brooke; Denver Carlstrom; James Clotfelter; Kristin Clotfelter; Thomas F. DeFrantz; Shireen Dickson; Summer Dunsmore; Quran Karriem; Matthew Kenney; Cambria McMillan-Zapf; Tessa Nunn; Rebecca Uliasz; Leah Wilks; Brittany Williams
Buses for MOOGFEST attendees leave from West Parrish Street slip road next to 21c Museum Hotel at 2:30pm and 2:45pm, returning at 4pm and 4:15pm.
Anne Plamondon presents her solo work "The Same Eyes as Yours," a poetic dance-theater performance in which she dares to take on the subject of mental illness. Made in collaboration with actress, author, and director Marie Brassard, the work explores the grey zones that inhabit us and cause us suffering, the incomprehension of others, and the body, too small to contain limitless thought.