WHEN WE WERE SMALL (2016)
Explore early sensory discovery in this surreal reflection on childhood. When We Were Small is a performance installation happening in the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture’s new Gallery 308. Capacitor dancers and contortionists escort us back to a time before memory, when simple tasks were puzzling and everyday activities were fantastic.
Artistic Director, Jodi Lomask, has collected a series of movement meditations on the experience of early childhood. She revisits the transformation of growing up; awakening us with an evening full of curiosities that connect us to everyone who was once small.
Integrating poems from the works of AA Milne, award-winning Danish composer Toni Martin Dobrzanski creates a magical score that sends you back in time to when your parents were giants and the world was not fitted to you.
When We Were Small is supported by SF Grants for the Arts / Hotel Tax Fund, The Kenneth Rainin Foundation, San Francisco Art Commission, The Crucible, Facebook, Danish Songwriters Guild, RJ Muna Photography, and Eric Raeber Photography.