STAMPedTIME

Federal Plaza. Photo by Charlotte Jones

Federal Plaza. Photo by Charlotte Jones

Is the sister piece to TIMESTAMPED. In contrast to Venezuelan-born Ximena Borges’ objectifying soundtrack for ON DISPLAY IN CONCERT's first section, industry veteran Daniel Roumain and disabled African-American rap duo 4 Wheel City will create multiple sections of driving, rhythmic rap that highlight the sensual body. To further the score’s investigation of the individual, Latsky is choreographing diversity into the piece with featured movement that is mostly self-created by the cast.

A Dynamic Portfolio of Works

ON DISPLAY is a deconstructed art exhibit/fashion show and commentary on the body as spectacle and society's obsession with body image. It turns a cast of diverse and extreme bodies into a sculpture court where the performers are the sculptures. ON DISPLAY began as a simple human sculpture court and is now a movement, a growing portfolio of works that explore and demonstrate inclusion through art.

The ON DISPLAY portfolio includes:

ON DISPLAY GLOBAL
ON DISPLAY U
ON DISPLAY YOUTH
ON DISPLAY IN CONCERT
ON DISPLAY TIMESTAMPed
ON DISPLAY STAMPedTIME
ON DISPLAY Sculpture Court
ON DISPLAY Multimedia
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