The Future is already way behind the Present doesn't exist in my Mind…
Artist: Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (DK)
Choreographer: Charles Koroneho (NZ)
Location: Saint Patrick’s Square
A performance inspired by the writings of Valentine de Saint-Point and Mina Loy that reflects on lust, romanticized sexuality, and the subjugation of women. Collaborating with composers Pete Drungle and Brian Bender, motion graphic artistBrian Close, costume designer Lise Klitten, and Cuenca Rasmussen merges choreography, song, architecture and costume in amulti-media performance.
New Zealand choreographer Charles Koroneho will work in collaboration with Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen to re-contextualize the performance The Future is already way behind the Present doesn't exist in my Mind… The new work will be presented in collaboration with production designer Brad Gledhill, utilizing the existing Cuenca Rasmussen performance and incorporating production and design elements created specifically for Saint Patrick’s Square.
Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen: Concept, script, performance
Charles Koroneho: Collaboration and performance
Brad Gledhill: Production Design