Panopticon is a duet that is simultaneously a solo and a work for 100 dancers. Inspired by the architectural concept of the panopticon, a structure in which everything is seen at all times, this performance aims to achieve omniscient visibility.
Panopticon fuses existential murmurings with spiraling movement structures filtered through a balletic sensibility. Diving further into her fascination with unison and mirroring, Panopticon investigates how identity can only be asserted in relation to another, through choreographic reflections and multiplications, a kaleidoscopic arena of bodies is created everything is seen at all times.
Created with Alexandra Albrecht and Andrew Champlin.
Performed by Alexandra Albrecht, Andrew Champlin, Rachel Berman and Rebecca Warner.