My Body as the Topic Coming Around Again by Rebecca Pappas

Graphic with text "My Body as the Topic Coming Around Again" with woman clutching balloons to her body as she lies on the ground

| 05:00 pm - 07:30 pm

Join The Georgia Review for this free public event. Since 2020, Rebecca Pappas and her collaborators have been developing My Body as the Topic Coming Around Again, a three-volume dancework that unravels the tangled threads of white womanhood and American modern dance. Centered around Land, (In)Visibility, and Care, these dances traverse dualities of freedom/control; sincerity/satire; tenderness/violence; beauty/monstrosity.

The project utilizes “dance wrecking,” a practice of choreographic feedback created by American choreographer Susan Rethorst.

5–6pm: Open Wrecking Event: drop by and walk around the event space to watch the choreographic process in action.

6–7:30pm: Performance and Conversation

7:30: Reception

Refreshment provided.

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Lectures and Discussions
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