The Six Foot Platform: Sun Dae Daze | Hannah Lillevoy & m i c c a

THE SIX FOOT PLATFORM

An experimental art + performance program presenting Brooklyn-based artists
On a 6x6 Platform
On Washington Street (@Water St.) –Brooklyn's most photographed block.
Summer Saturdays | 1 -8 pm


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JUNE 25: SUN DAE DAY DAZE
BY HANNAH LILLEVOY & M I C C A
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Sun Dae Day Daze is an interactive dance installation spreading radical joy through ice cream and summer vibes. Dancers Hannah Lillevoy and m i c c a are inviting you to build this artwork with them as you enjoy a cool cone. Come play with us! Decorate us in ice cream as we build sculptures together. Let's celebrate summer and dance. It’s gonna be sweet.
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Hannah Lillevoy and m i c c a are a gender queer duo who have been performing together for ten years in NYC. They met while dancing for various site specific dance companies such as Kinesis Project Dance Theatre and Shandoah Goldman's Carte Blanche. Hannah quickly became m i c c a's main muse for their choreography which has been featured in hand ball courts in Rockaway Beach, Dave's Lesbian Bar Block Party, Idgy Dean performances at Harvard Divinity School and House of Yes, Estrogenius Festival at the Kraine Theater, Queensboro Dance Festival, and more. This year these dance wives are taking their relationship to the next level as Hannah and m i c c a begin to share the process of production and choreography. Together they create site specific dance installations that build a communal connection through sensory experiences. Their performance practice is invested in their own genuine visceral explorations, and offers opportunity for somatic empathy while supporting shared space. Site specific work allows them to utilize familiar spaces to support accessibility to dance and the arts, as well as an element of pleasant surprise. They believe in allowing their audience choice in how they view or interact with their artwork, to emphasize the many roles incorporated into the fabric of a moment while replicating and valuing community.
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PRESENTED BY THE DUMBO IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT IN PARTNERSHIP WITH BROOKLYN ARTS COUNCIL.