In "The Way You Look (at me) Tonight", Claire Cunningham and Jess Curtis investigate the role of movement and sensory dynamics in the perception and performance of otherness. It is a dance, a song, a story, a sculpture, a play, a fight, a journey to be sung, spoken, seen, felt, heard, read, viewed and approved (or disapproved) by leading Scottish self-identified disabled artist Claire Cunningham and US/Berlin choreographer/performer Jess Curtis.
"Walking into a dance rehearsal, one doesn't expect to see a philosophy professor rolling on the floor doing contact improvisation. But when the choreographer is Jess Curtis, it's best to expect the unexpected." — Claudia Bower, San Francisco Chronicle
Read more info and see a preview work-in-progress video at the Jess Curtis/Gravity website: www.jesscurtisgravity.org.