Selected Video Performances
From the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano to the sprawling Muckenthaler Mansion in Fullerton, ArchiTexture Dance Company has enchanted audiences in many unusual venues, inspiring the public to take a second look at places and reimagine the way spaces can be used. Choreographer Deidre Cavazzi has created theatrical dance events to celebrate National Banned Books Week in a grand three-story library, commemorate the legacy of Bobby Fischer with a 40’ x 40’ human chess game, and explore maritime history with a duet between dancers on the deck of the historic tallship Brig Pilgrim and sailors perched 90’ aloft. Below are performance excerpts chronicling the history of the dance company (founded in 2006), and demonstrating Architecture Dance Company’s love of transformative spaces and inspiring environments. Whether it is the 4-story Calit2 engineering building on the campus of UC Irvine or a 46-story glass elevator in the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, Cavazzi examines the potential of human movement at the intersection of art and architecture.
Sonnet for the Sea
Celebration of Light
Circles and Cement
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