Your Face In Mine features both a live dancing soloist and a pre-recorded facedance. Throughout the piece the dancer generally moves without acknowledging the audience: head looks down and movements stay within a more introverted sphere. The projection of the face replaces the facial movements the dancer would otherwise be doing and highlights them to greater comedic proportions then they would have otherwise. The movement features cheerleader-styled moves with some hip-hop influence. 

Choreography: Caroline Liviakis

Music: What’s Up With It  (Thomas Liviakis)

Premier Performance: 09/20/2017
SAFEhouse Arts

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