Morphic Resonances 1-4 (2009-2010) is a research-based performance project. A solo dancing body is set into resonance with the materials that surround it. These materials may include: aluminum foil, pixels, corn starch, sesame seeds, four walls, some people watching, and sound. There is cause and effect.
Morphic Resonance is a becoming: as its language becomes more intelligible to us, its systems take clearer shape before our audience. We gather our materials and approach each performance situation as a frame that re-orients and gives new definition to the work.
Choreography/Performer: Megan Bridge
Music and Video Designer: Peter Price
Space size and details are negotiable. A projection surface and basic sound system are required. One dancer, one technician. 10-60 minutes
video of Morphic Resonance 4 (West Chester University, November 2010)
video design for Morphic Resonance 2
video of Morphic Resonance 2 (excerpt)