"How can we imagine our future?" Ansel Adams tried to answer this question when he took thousands of photos of the University of California from 1964-1968 in a project called "Fiat Lux." This year’s Berkeley Dance Project, put on by the University's Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, tackles the same question, responding to Adams' vision and presenting its own snapshot of modern life. Aperture brings new perspectives into focus through four works by Lisa Wymore with collaborator Azin Seraj, Katie Faulkner, Scott Wells, and Chia-Yi Seetoo.
"Exposures" - an art exhibit designed to be viewed in conjunction with the Berkeley Dance Project, will be viewable before and after each performance of Berkeley Dance Project in the Zellerbach Playhouse lobby.
Tickets only $15!
($10 Students, Seniors, UC Faculty and Staff)
A post-show discussion with the cast will follow the Matinee on April 21.