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Photo: Audience members participating in improvisational score facilitated by Alex Law. Capture by Pierre Mariaca


An improvisational piece exploring uncertainty and constant shift.

Choreography & Facilitation by Alex Law

Presented at the Artists For Justice Annual Showcase 2023
San Francisco Public Library

In Support of the Women's Foreign Policy Group

Seaweed Spine

Seaweed Spine

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Words from the Artist:

What do you do when rigidity takes shape?
Where does it come from and how do we unlock it?

Alex asks these questions in times of uncertainty and constant shift. Through spoken poetry and movement, she provides a gentle reminder of how we can find connection through collective movement and phrases strung together and through repetition of the mundane -- all the while finding a collective force that rebels our own rigidities across body and soul.



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