Can a utopian orientation act as bulwark against our nation’s encroaching dystopia? kosmos quests and celebrates our internal and external cosmoses, vaulting skyward and plummeting inward to claim the firmament and a new futurity. In a land created in the negation of our otherness, and maintained in denial of our kinship with a starry sky, acknowledging our celestial truth and boundlessness is a decidedly political act.
Maurya Kerr is a San Francisco-based choreographer, educator, dancer and ODC Theater resident artist. She is founder and artistic director of tinypistol, a project-based company since 2011. tinypistol has been honored by a 2011 Hubbard Street National Choreographic Competition Award, a 2012 CHIME grant, a University of Minnesota 2014 Cowles Visiting Artist grant, and selection to Whim W’Him’s Inaugural 2015 Choreographic Shindig.
Photo by Stephen Texeira
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