JUL-AUG 2019 | Dance
Since I clasped hands and danced with an elder named Marta during the dance party that ends Zapatografía/Shoegraphy, Ive kept an eye on the choreographer: interdisciplinary artist Larissa Velez-Jackson. On an afternoon threatened by thunderstorms, we sat at a street café and spoke about injury/healing, working-artistry, and her Star Crap Method as components of her past products and ongoing processes.
by Erica Kent
FEB 2019 | Fiction
I’m twelve at the neighborhood block party. The band jams. Bales of hay are scattered around a little platform stage. Kids sway around the edges. Grown ups laugh and drink. Little kids run and race their bikes, jacked up on cotton candy.