Opening August 22, 7 pm - 10 pm
AGELA SMITH-I feel her; I felt her. Standing there I feel hair grow, I feel sweat bead across my forehead, I feel my hair grow frizzy, my skin flakes as pieces fall to the floor with the slightest movement. My Muscles tense, flex, relax, ache, and grow tired. I hear her knee pop when weight is slightly shifted. Finding an easier stance to hold the weight. I feel the weight of my breasts pull the muscles around my shoulders and back; I feel the weight in my hips: a space of heaviness. Legs interact with the form and the flex to support the structure.
I feel HER.
Stephanie Potter- http://moore.edu/test/stephanie-potter