Fall Water (Evening in 100 Acres)

On the Fall Equinox, join dancer Oguri and company for new, site-specific dance piece with a live soundscore by composer Paul Chavez with Feltlike. For this performance, Feltlike will be comprised of local musicians and non-musicians to make and pick up sound within the environment. Acknowledging the presence of all elements—images, sounds, dancers, audience, water and fire—the dance will employ the natural drama inherent at dusk, starting in light and ending with the absence of light: darkness. A Q&A follows the performance.

Weather: Performance occurs rain or shine.

Parking: All attendees should park at the main IMA campus and take a free shuttle to 100 Acres, as the performance will wind up at the main IMA building.

Accessibility: This performance progresses throughout the IMA campus and across various terrains. Questions about accessibility and mobility at this event? Contact IMA Accessibility Coordinator Jen Mayhill at 317-923-1331 x 213.

This performance is part of FLOW: Can You See the River? - a visionary art project conceived by visual artist Mary Miss, commissioned by the IMA, with the FLOW: White River Festival facilitated by EcoArts Connections and more than 20 leading arts, science, environment, and municipal organizations and agencies, including IMA. FLOW includes art installations located throughout Indianapolis, a Raindrop mobile app, and the Festival, which takes place September 22–October 1. More at www.flowcanyouseetheriver.org or on Twitter at #FlowIndy.

Tickets for this event can also be purchased from an IMA Visitor Services representative in 100 Acres at the Park of Laments entrance where the performance begins, 45 minutes before the event. Credit cards preferred.

Fall Water (Evening in 100 Acres) Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN