Swerve Space

Swerve Space, 2012. Motion-sensitive interactive dance set.

Swerve Space, a collaboration with choreographer Scott Putman, is an investigation of bodily awareness in contemporary public space, based upon the architectonics of retail environments and corresponding movements found therein.

The 25-minute dance piece was first performed by members of the Amaranth Dance Company in Richmond, VA in October 2012. Dancers Rachel Brady, Paige Horton, Jill Brammer Ware, and Amy Page Wilhelm performing. Funded in part by the VCUarts Dean’s Office.