CONSUMING KINETICS DANCE COMPANY
Violence does not exist in a vaccuum. At its core, it is about injustice and abuse of power.
Consuming Kinetics Dance Company is examining those concepts in their fall 2021 concert [R]evolution. [R]evolution centers themes of justice and power, and offers a vision for a more just and humane future. In [R]evolution, we intend to explore topics including but not limited to police brutality, body shaming, Black hair, capitalism, interracial relationships, voting rights, gender equity, and food apartheid. Our choreographers and artists investigate many of the challenges we face in our society today and use movement and performance to generate dialogue and action to address these systemic issues.
Through this performance, we hoped to not only inspire electoral action, but to support broader activist efforts to dismantle the systems of oppression we live in, including racism, white supremacy, capitalism, heteropatriarchy, xenophobia, sexism, and ableism. [R]evolution is set to premiere at The Marcelle November 19 – 21, 2021. Ticket details will be made available in early spring on our website at www.ckdc.org.