Installation runs from Jan 13 to Jan 27, 2018
at Minnesota Street Projects, SFArtsEd Gallery
Opening Reception - Jan 13th, 2018
Artist Talk and Panel - Jan 20th, 2018
Performances - Jan 26-27, 2018
Summer, Winter, Spring is a live film and performance in three movements which explores the radically varying physical rhythms and seasons of the mid-market street corridor. The project centers on the idea of the tension, patterns, and built choreographies inherent amongst the micro-tonal movements and time scales of seasons and cities compared to the individual pedestrian moment.
It is a collaborative effort between Oakland’s MilkBar, led by intermedia and video artist Ian Winters and Kinetech Arts. Other key artists include choreographers: paige starling sorvillo (blindsight), Mary Armentrout (Milkbar), Daiane Lopes da Silva (Kinetech Arts) and composers Heather Frasch and Evelyn Ficarra.
Produced as a MilkBar project and fiscally sponsored by Dancers Group, core funding for the project has been provided by the Rainin Foundation, the Zellerbach Family Foundation, fee waivers from the SF Film Commission and private donors.