Sand Man Studies (I–VII)
Performers: Kyle Georgina Marsh & Carlo Antonio Villanueva
Sound Installation: Jonathan Granoff
Live Art Installation: Myssi Robinson
Photography: Sylvana Tapia
Investigating the relationship between space, sound, and the moving body Sand Man Studies (I–VII) looks at the choreographic interplay of chance, duration, and documentation. Derived from improvisational scores and developed in response to sound artist Jonathan Granoff’s original set, music and movement are mixed live in real time as they respond to one another. Visual artist Myssi Robinson’s presence onstage as serves as a witness and physical record of the interplay between space, sound, and the dance.
Development of this work was made possible by Rutgers University 2015 Alumni Concert Series and summer residency program.