Is holding onto one specific sexuality a form of repression? At what cost? At whose cost? It is time to unravel a tangle that maybe you didn’t even know it existed.
Canadian artist Dana Michel breaks through conventions with her daring choreographies. By way of dance and performance, she gives shape to different bodies and ideas that leave the well-trodden paths of stereotypical physicality and identity.
In CUTLASS SPRING, Michel delves into multiple facets of human sexuality. She explores how cultural repression and her life as a performer, a mother and a lover have shaped her sexual identity.
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