I’m really glad that Performance Mix #34: Remotely Yours turned out to be so productive for me. I was able to wrap my head around the ideas that were all circling in my head.
Drift, a new dance work by GREYZONE, evokes figures standing against time, revealed and moved by natural forces, buried or sculpted by shifting sands within a symbolic topography of rituals, mechanisms, clocks, monuments, and hieroglyphs.
Lindy and Justin Fines cofounded GREYZONE in 2011 with the aim of further exploring the intersection of dance, sound design, time-based media, and the visual arts. Evening-length works have been commissioned for Mike Perry’s Wandering Around Wondering art space (Brooklyn, 2012) and FLICfest (Brooklyn, 2014). Their short film Queens Duets (2015) screened at the International Dance Film Screening (NYC, 2015) and the Philadelphia Screendance Festival (2016). GREYZONE were residents at the Dragon’s Egg (Ledyard, CT, 2013) and New Dance Alliance (NYC, 2015). They have also performed at The Flea Theater, Dixon Place, Triskelion Arts, and Brooklyn Arts Exchange, among other venues.