Ru Emmons & Corrine Jasmin, Freshworks Residency Presentation
December 6, 2019 | 8:00pm
KST’s Alloy Studios
5530 Penn Ave
Through movement, sound and spoken language, and visual art, Ru Emmons and Corrine Jasmin seek to uncover the power of living in the in- between, exploring the corners of identity, interconnectedness, and a queer futurism. Ru Emmons is a movement artist who strives to use their body as a tool for social change and personal transformation. Corrine Jasmin is an interdisciplinary artist, filmmaker, and writer who focuses on light and the radiance of an individual through social commentary. In this new project, the artists endeavor to present an alternate reality, where they can transcend and o er a blueprint for moving beyond together.
This in-progress performance is part of KST’s Freshworks Residency program, which provides artists with space, resources, and support to explore new ideas and launch new projects. Presented in conjunction with Unblurred: First Fridays on Penn, sponsored by the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative, a joint program of the Bloomfield Garfield Corporation.
Photos courtesy of The Childlike Empress and Arvid Tomayko
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