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Vulnerability, Power, Combat, Consumption: Eating Daisies dives into the world of the cinematic to shed light on film’s most sought after muse: the female body. Inspired by the splicing process of filmmaking, the work displays the “feminine” through a series of dreamlike scenes calling to question society’s narrow definition of female. Using media to generate a shifting environment, Eating Daisies, pushes us to our physical and emotional limits. Challenging the endurance of our natural bodies moving into space that is unbound.
Aundrea Anderson is a multi-media artist working in New York City and Colorado. Graduating with dual BFAs in Film Production and Dance (magna cum laude) from the University of Colorado-Boulder, Anderson formed BiteDown Dance as a platform to further explore the encapsulating quality of multi-media performance. She has shown work in the Boulder International Film Festival, Athena Project Denver among others. Her film work has been featured in the American Dance Festival-Movies by Movers and the American College Dance Festival. Anderson’s work focuses on the creation of environment. Transporting the audience into a new wold of energetic possibilities.
POP: Performance Opportunity Project provides the dance community with space, support, and subsidized space for showings and performances.