Performance and Artist-in-Residence Info







The Performance    





Zoe Scofield, photo by Jennifer Zwick, styling and editing by Mandy Greer

Zoe Scofield, photo by Jennifer Zwick, styling and editing by Mandy Greer




Mater Matrix Mother and Medium will culminate with a site-specific performance by Seattle-based and internationally-recognized choreographer and dancer Zoe Scofield.  Come join in this one-time experience on July 16th, 2009 at 6:30 pm at the pond at Camp Long in West Seattle, 5200 35th Ave. SW.  

This River, made up of thousands upon thousands of tiny moments and movements of individual citizens, integrated, linked together and interwoven into the natural environment, will itself embed Scofield in an exploration of how we ourselves are both literal and metaphoric manifestations of the living essence of water.  Our experience of water is both one of ultimate intimacy and also of civic structure.  This artwork, a unique blend of community engagement and personal inquiry, site-embedded installation and performance, embodies the ancient human practice of acknowledging our own physicality rooted in the cycles of water and how this forms the very foundation of human community.  Water, both mundane and miraculous, mirrors the everyday meeting of strangers and the tiny moments that begin to bond us together.

Artist-in-Residence at Camp Long



deep in the urban forest

deep in the urban forest

The River of Mater Matrix Mother and Medium will be created on site at Camp Long, as I integrate all  the fiber parts created over these many months into one form based on the topography and structure of the trees.  Please join me, from June 15 – July 9th, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 am – 2 pm, and watch as this brilliant blue line begins to accumulate and grow in this tiny patch of urban forest.  You can watch me work, join in with more crocheting and also explore the trails of this hidden gem of a park in the Longfellow Creek watershed.  The river will remain in the trees until July 31st, 2009, with the potential for longer to be determined later.

little river in trees copy


2 thoughts on “Performance and Artist-in-Residence Info

  1. Pingback: The Medium is the Message: Mandy Greer and the Art of Community « translinguistic other

  2. Thanks for the link Mandy. Darn, I will miss the performance since I have a class that night, but I’ll definitely drop by while you’re in residence sometime! Congrats on the culminating part of this wonderful project.

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