An Infinite Extension of Our Being
This work was inspired by the words of Frank Lloyd Wright in his book The Japanese Print: An Interpretation (1912). One of the only influences the architect Wright ever admitted to was that of Japanese print. He was inspired by the simplicity of many of these works, which he demonstrated in his own homes, Taliesin and Taliesin West. In this Tiny Dance, we explore Wright’s interpretation of the Japanese Print to create three dimensional moving sculptures that portray a pure connection with oneself and the natural world.
Eduardo Zambrana is a dancer, choreographer, and educator from Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia. As a dancer, he has performed with Hawkinsdance and Convergence Ballet Company and danced works by many well-known artists such as Larry Keigwin, Banning Bouldin, and Autumn Eckman. Eduardo is a candidate for the M.F.A. in dance with a specialization in performance and choreography at the University of Arizona, where he also teaches non-major dance classes. His research focuses on the relationship between movement, touch, and emotion, both for the performers and the spectators. He believes that this is fundamental to enriching the lives of people in our community.