remember when peels away the layers of the performers experience of performing.  Though repetition and accumulation, the audience witnesses the dancers building and transforming meaning by re-focusing the stage perspective with two moving cameras and two stationary projectors. remember when invites and implicates the audience on a journey of collective and individual memory making.

a brilliant meditation on ephemerality, memory and the body. Remember When insightfully unpacks the layers of mediation – technological and otherwise – in dance, by repeatedly performing bits of past repertoire.
— Sarah Todd - The Dance Current

commissioned for EDAM dance choreographic series

choreography / James Gnam

performance / Natalie LeFebvre Gnam/Lina Fitzner, Bevin Poole and James Gnam

lighting James / Proudfoot

media / Josh Hite 

music / Kevin Legere

premiered / EDAM dance choreographic series

presented / Dancing on the Edge