Moving performances at SPACE

By MEGAN GRUMBLING  |  December 31, 2012

Over in the Annex, meanwhile, Nathanson and Neely will present a program of live video and electric violin, while Boggia, a choreographer who teaches at Bates, will perform a solo dance/video hybrid. Visitors to both galleries can view these performances in usual casual First Friday style, coming, going, and moving around at will; a performance schedule will be available prior to the event for those who fancy orchestrating their Art Walk.

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