'Ghostly architecture and transformed objects' inform dance piece Bygones


Out Innerspace Dance Theatre: BYGONES
Yukon Arts Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Photo by Alistair Maitland Photography

Out Innerspace Dance Theatre presents Bygones, on now until Dec. 14 at Scotiabank Dance Centre (677 Davie St.). Created and performed by co-directors David Raymond and Tiffany Tregarthen in collaboration with dancers Renée Sigouin, Elya Grant and David Harvey, the work “considers how we are shaped by what we have overcome: and how something challenging can lead to something beautiful,” according to the media release.

Find out more below.


Raymond and Tregarthen founded Vancouver contemporary dance company Out Innerspace Dance Theatre in 2007. Full-length works include Me So You So Me (2012), Vessel (2010, 2013) and Major Motion Picture (2016). The company has built a reputation for works which are both innovative and accessible, and which combine intricate choreography with intriguing visuals.

Virtuosic, hyper-detailed choreography, ghostly architecture, and transformed objects inform Bygones, creating “a haunting universe of pseudo-things and supernatural selves existing on the margins of form and formlessness.” Out Innerspace’s first full-length work in three years, Bygones premiered in Bulgaria and toured Germany and Quebec prior to the Vancouver performances.

The show is part of Dance Centre’s Global Dance Connections series.

'Ghostly architecture and transformed objects' inform dance piece Bygones

Out Innerspace Dance Theatre: BYGONES
Yukon Arts Centre in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Photo by Alistair Maitland Photography

Tickets: $35/$25 students and seniors: 604-684-2787 at ticketstonight.ca

Visit thedancecentre.ca for more info.





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