Pas De Deux in the time of quarantine is a collaborative, interdisciplinary project that seeks to explore these questions in this unprecedented time.

Where: Online

When: August, 2020

Deadline for applications: May 31st 2020

Pas De Deux, in the time of quarantine, is seeking dancers, choreographers, and performers to create a video of up to 1 minute in length, performed wherever they are quarantined. Selected videos will be paired, and stills from those chosen videos will be transformed into visual artworks to be exhibited at Vision Gallery in Chandler, AZ. in August 2020.

How to apply:
Submission information:
While “pas de deux” is traditionally a ballet term, all types and variations of dance are welcome. Deadline to submit: May 31, 2020
To submit, simply upload your video to Instagram with the following information in the comment section:
Your name as you wish it to appear
Where you are quarantined
Title of your piece, if any
Include #QuarantinePasDeDeux in the comments
In the video, not the comments section, tag artist @sappycheuk, and gallery @visiongalleryaz
Complete this short participant form.
If you don’t have Instagram – simply email submissions and information requested to sappycheuk@gmail.com

Free for participants.

About the artist:
Sapira Cheuk’s work revolves around issues of the body and embodiment. Her practice incorporates traditional Sumi painting techniques and geometric elements to depict the complexity of the Subject, agency, and corporeality, while building an alternative narrative of not only bodily desires, but also intersubjective relations. Her works have been showcased in over 80 exhibitions, including Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Orange County Contemporary Art Center, Riverside Art Museum, Rochester Contemporary Art Museum, Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, and The Robert & Frances Fullerton Museum of Art. She received her BA from University of California, Riverside and MFA from California State University, San Bernardino. Cheuk also works as an instructor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. More info at www.sapiracheuk.com

About the gallery:
The Vision Gallery is a non-profit gallery managed by the Chandler Cultural Foundation. Exhibits are rotated on a regular basis. A portion of all art sales is used to fund the Vision Kids Program, a series of art education workshops offered to the community free of charge. For more visit: https://www.visiongallery.org

For further information visit https://forms.gle/U49kHMVxTZzUvwQYA

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