FREE interactive, site-specific performance and art installation
September 24th, 2022 at 1pm* and 3pm
*1pm performance to include ASL interpretation
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Intentional Shift is an interactive site-specific performance and artist focus group series that brings closure to the program NOW Hunters Point, a unique community-based activation project in the Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood that began in 2013 on the former PG&E Power Plant site. Featuring collaborations with local artists and community storytellers, the project will culminate on Sept 24th with a site-specific dance performance and arts installation at Hunters Point Shoreline Park. Audiences will be invited to explore how communities inhabit space, how spaces influence bodies, how design can bring communities together, and how history is held in individual and collective bodies.
Co-Directed by choreographer Kristin Damrow and spatial designer-activist, Liz Ogbu with additional support from Envelope A+D and funding from a Rainin Foundation Open Spaces grant, Intentional Shift hopes to become a living part of the community, and that collaborators, participants, and witnesses alike feel empowered to continue efforts toward activism and spatial justice.
Hunters Point Shoreline Park
North Entrance: Herons Head Park
Parking available at both entrances:
South Entrance: India Basin Park
BART station is 24th St. Mission, a 10 minute drive to the site.
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MUNI Metro stop is Evans on the T Line, a 15 minute walk to the site.
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MUNI Bus lines are 19, 44, and 54.
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