Jessica Lang Dance, founded only a few years ago in 2011, has quickly become one of the nation’s preeminent companies, enriching and inspiring global audiences with immersive performances flush with the beauty of movement and music. Their newest work, Tesseracts of Time, merges together the art forms of architecture and dance. This “dance for architecture” –commissioned in part by Society for the Performing Arts, along with the Harris Theater and the Chicago Architecture Biennial—is divided into four parts, like the seasons compressed into twenty minutes. Including massive sets specifically designed for the piece by Steven Holl Architects, Tesseracts of Time aims to reevaluate the art of architecture. The piece also includes music specifically chosen by choreographer (Lang) and architect (Holl).
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