Works by Latanya d. Tigner and Erik K. Raymond Lee.
Armed With Joy, Lee’s piece explores the idea that joy is the best bulwark against the inevitable slings and arrows life sends. “Joy allows us to see hardship as an opportunity rather than a punishment or reason for despair,” added Lee. Set to a mix of South African house and gospel music, Armed With Joy is a celebratory work for Dimensions’ full company, including Lee himself.
Sanctuary, Tigner's newest work, examines different ideas of safety, both in places of solitude and of community. “Sanctuary questions whether there’s safety in freedom, and in turn whether there’s freedom in safety,” said Tigner, who draws on historical examples from apartheid-era South Africa as well as the United States.
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