The Beauty of Spontaneity is a project that was first experienced in May 2008 in State College, Pennsylvania. It is made to be experienced by all movers, makers and those curious for connection and spontaneity.
It is a structured improvisation that questions the beauty, value and admiration we can gain from the traces our bodies leave in spontaneous environments. It highlights the line between form and freedom in nature, and therefore in our bodies and the art they make. Each time the piece was experienced, new and unique things come about naturally.
The first experience was a combination of drummers and dancers and ended with a moving parade through town. The second experience was held in April 2009 in Roanoke, VA as a part of an art gallery. The third experience was held in May 2009 in Roanoke, VA which ended with the incorporation of film and canvas work.