Rashaun Mitchell, Assistant Arts Professor and Associate Chair.
SPOTLIGHT: RASHAUN MITCHELL, FACULTY
Assistant Arts Professor and Associate Chair, Rashaun Mitchell, continued his choreographic and performance career with two recent projects. Tesseract, performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theater in December, merged 3D video and live performance in an exploration of shapes and "galactic" space. DESIRE LINES: RETROFIT, a January series at the San Francisco MoMA, featured an 80 minute structured improvisation examining the boundaries "between subjects and objects." Both projects continued Rashaun's collaborative partnership with dancer and choreographer Silas Riener.