Denniston Hill alumni, NIC Kay, will present a site responsive performance on and around the theme of exodus in relation to the office environment of Triangle Arts.
They are a person who makes performances and creates/organizes performative spaces. Their work choreographically highlights and meditates on Black life in relationship to space, social structures, and architecture through centering embodied practices. They are deeply invested in the act and process of moving, the change of place, production of space, position, and the clarity gained from shifting of perspective.
RSVP to barbara@Triangle-Arts-Association.org with NICKAY in the subject line.