Cori Caulfield On SpaceWednesday, June 16, 2010
I am very much alive but not feeling at all capable of saying anything intelligent let alone some thing about space. I am a spacial idiot. I wrote several research papers about this in school actually. I have no sense of direction - I have spent a lot of my allotted hours on this earth crying in my car. This may be one of the reasons I love to make dance - the space is almost always prescribed, delineated, clear, open, and free of obstacles - so unlike real life. Filling such space and animating it is really, really fun.
That's all I can come up with at this moment. Oh, and the Dances for a Small Stage space is really, really small! I love to force my creativity with such a constraint.
Cori Caulfield, Choreographer for Dances on a Small Stage.