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This work is a conversation about the longevity of architecture and art. We tend to think of architecture as a more permanent form of art. FLW and the Prairie School movement created buildings that became a part of the landscape which affects our view of their permanence. Nature, structure, art, architecture, and dance all vary in their degrees of permanence.
Sam Arrow grew up dancing in Yuma, Arizona and later trained at the University of Arizona, earning a BFA in Dance. They then became a physical therapist, specializing in pelvic floor therapy. Sam prioritizes the upliftment of queer voices in their work as a PT and in their artistic and private life. They are a Permanent Artist in Residence with NueBOX and creates dance works as a form of micro-activism.
Costume Design by Leonor Aispuro