Typography, Images, Landscape, Heightened Drama

Jil Guyon, Desert Widow

Melding the performative with the pictorial, Jil Guyon’s Desert Widow is part live solo performance, part photographic cinematography. It features a woman traversing an otherworldly landscape – her ritualized actions converging with a subtly dramatic interplay of movement, light, music, silence, and stillness.

Drift, a new dance work by GREYZONE, evokes figures standing against time, revealed and moved by natural forces, buried or sculpted by shifting sands within a symbolic topography of rituals, mechanisms, clocks, monuments, and hieroglyphs.
Pictured: Jil Guyon (above), Greyzone (below)