PROArtes México // Punto de Inflexión Dance Company

October 1 & 2, 2021
Dance Film Screening: 12-6pm (screening on loop—drop-in anytime)
Dance Performance: 7-8pm

PROArtes México Dance Film Screening of Corriente Alterna

PROArtes México presents the second edition of Corriente Alterna: Dinámicas F en Movimiento a Través de la Lente Mexicana / F Motion Dynamics Through the Mexican Lens, a curation of short dance films that explore how the female body in motion has been represented in the Mexican context since the 50s.

PROArtes México was co-founded by Stephanie García and Peter Hay in order to promote exemplary Mexican art internationally.

Punto de Inflexión Dance Performance Vanished Vibrations

This site-specific dance performance is inspired by ongoing research on the physical memory of female-gendered violence victims in the Mexican context.

Punto de Inflexión is co-founded and co-directed by Stephanie García.

If you have any questions, email Claire Taylor, Visual Arts Coordinator, at

“Quotidien / Quotidian”
by Tori Meyer & Arin Lynn

Performances to be held on June 17, 18, 19, 2021 at 8:00 pm at 54 Finch Lane.*

Quotidien/Quotidian is a dance theater performance and gallery installation, which investigates intimacy and queerness. Lynn and Meyer’s project is a response to scrutiny of the private lives of queer individuals. Lynn and Meyer invite the gaze of the audience into their daily routines, in order to create understanding, familiarity, and a sense of community.

“The Dead See Scrolls” by Alex Moya

March 3-6, 2021

Tired of endlessly scrolling online? Take a break from the digital world, and visit an art installation that takes a playful look at the blurred line between the physical and the digital. Alex Moya combines the ideas of old, analog scrolls that hold history, information, and mystical truths, to comment on our contemporary, digital scrolling through digital pages. The installation will include a projection of “scrolling” video collages and manipulations of social media that will be projected onto a paper scroll. In addition, Moya will create mixed media works on paper that feature elements of social media blended with snippets of old scrolls, blurring the lines between these digital and physical technologies.

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