THIS.YOU 

How does audience participation and perspective provide accessibility, add value to their experience, and enhance the outcome for both performer and audience? Could it guide us to be more present, honest, and vulnerable? Collaboration brings risk.

Bermudez continuously challenges the traditions of concert dance and their impact on audiences. Her work focuses on selfhood through self-reflection, relational dynamics, and building aware communities.

 

"THIS.YOU", a multimedia installation, will investigate the psychological/physical behavioral dynamics of relationships; romantic, familial, and friendly through immersive experience. Focusing on two dynamics; social pressure and codependency, and three components of psyche; narrative, perspective, and cognitive, it explores the effects on a person’s ‘innate desire’. Innate desire, as in an individual’s uninhibited inner yearning, is the search for selfhood pursued in intimate relationships, career choices, social circles, and home lives. Presented in the round in a gallery-like setting, this evening-length collaborative performance combines dance with immersive technology, live original music, visual art, and spoken word to confront differences between our internal and external worlds, exposing the dualities inherent to desire. "THIS.YOU" makes way for discovery and narrative, rare to experience by both performer and audience alike. The work will exhibit the intimacy and difficulty of partnering work presented through various perspectives and vantage points, where each collaborator has an equal voice.

To inquire bookings please email kristinabermudez11@gmail.com 

M E E T  T H E  A R T I S T S  I N V O L V E D  I N  T H E  D E V E L O P M E N T  O F  T H I S . Y O U  !

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Morgan Bryant

Morgan Bryant began studying ballet at the Shellman Dance Academy. It was there the foundation of technical training was instilled in her that prepared to her to attend institutions such as Alvin Ailey American dance Theater in the junior division, Dance Theatre of Harlem and Mason Gross School of the Arts program at Rutgers University where she attained her BFA in dance. Post college, Morgan has been fortunate enough to have worked with artists Bill T. Jones, Lea Robinson, Kristina Bermudez, K

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