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Live Dance Performance at Silverlens NY Gallery 

Live Dance Performance at Silverlens NY Gallery
EXTERNAL ENTRAILS. Photos courtesy of Silverlens New York.

Silverlens New York to present a dance performance inside the gallery featuring Jaryd Farcon and Jamaris Mitchell, choreographed by Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish to celebrate the closing of EXTERNAL ENTRAILS on Saturday, January 7th, 2023 at 7pm. The performance will be directly inspired by the works featured in the exhibition from Southeast Asian artists Nicole Coson, Corinne de San Jose, Bernardo Pacquing, and Arin Sunaryo. 

Live Dance Performance at Silverlens NY Gallery
EXTERNAL ENTRAILS. Photos courtesy of Silverlens New York.

This performance reflects on the emotions that EXTERNAL ENTRAILS evokes—a response to the unremitting socio-political aggressors (national and foreign governments, colonialism, erasure, and dissimulation) and environmental disasters (volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, tsunamis, typhoons, extreme floods, and monsoons) that Southeast Asia faces as one of the world’s most natural disaster-prone regions. Composed of three individual short vignettes coming together to create an arc, this new dance work by Roxas-Dobrish explores the idea of “External Entrails” through the lens of different emotions, all quintessential to the human condition. The piece depicts human emotion externally while encouraging viewers to look within. 

EXTERNAL ENTRAILS Dance Performance, featuring Jaryd Farcon and Jamaris Mitchell, choreographed by Elizabeth Roxas-Dobrish, Saturday, January 7, 2023 | 7PM , Silverlens New York, 505 W 24th Street, New York RSVP is required- first-come-first-served basis. Please email rsvpny@silverlensgalleries.com.



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