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someone in future time will think of us by MALACARNE
March 3 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pmFree
On Friday, March 3rd, 2023 MALACARNE dancers will activate the Seattle Center Monorail for a unique, intimate and immersive performance entitled: someone in some future time will think of us.
MALACARNE performers will celebrate the intersection of architecture and history in an intimate experience that takes inspiration from the structure, the history, the people and their own personal histories in relation to the Seattle Center Monorail.
“You may forget but
let me tell you
this: someone in
some future time
will think of us” ― Sappho, The Art of Loving Women
Created by Alice Gosti, with Alyza DelPan-Monley, Kaitlin Mccarthy, Aja Green, Madison Shorter and Margaux Gex
Performed by Alyza DelPan-Monley, Kaitlin Mccarthy, Aja Green, Madison Shorter and Margaux Gex
Original Sound Score by ings
Creative Producer Clare Hatlo
Production Support Maria Manness
Poem Jon Paul Rebello
Photo Allina Yang Photography
MALACARNE is an experimental dance and performance ensemble with the mission to co-author transformative performance rituals that fight reductive ideas regarding class, sexuality, gender, ability and ethnicity. Making work in Seattle and elsewhere since 2015, their most recent projects include this is concrete at the Georgetown Steam Plant, Seattle, WA and Oratorio di Santa Cecilia, Perugia, Italy. MALACARNE is interested in the way that history, politics and place enter the body and condition the way we move and relate.
ABOUT ARTISTS AT THE CENTER
Artists At the Center is a multi-year collaboration between Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and Seattle Center, with support from Uptown Arts & Culture Coalition and the communities adjacent to Seattle Center campus. The project is made possible by a 10-year grant from Climate Pledge Arena and Seattle Kraken.
Join us as we introduce emerging and established artists and celebrate their talent on a newly revitalized Seattle Center campus. Artists are given a performance opportunity, allowing them to connect with new audiences, display their talents and advance their careers. Visitors to campus and the surrounding neighborhood benefit from surprising and delightful pop-up performances throughout the year. Each year, artists are selected with an equity and social justice lens, ensuring equitable representation for underserved and emerging artists. Artistic genres include music, dance, theater, cultural demonstrations, and multi-disciplinary work.