Inspired by the Japanese modern art form butoh, early kabuki theater, vogue dance, and the fashion of Comme des Garçons, internationally renowned dancer and choreographer Trajal Harrell will present multiple performances over two days, including The Return of La Argentina, Odori, the Shit!, and Okidoki, a new solo piece commissioned by the Pulitzer.

Harrell has presented his work in many American and International venues, including The Kitchen, New York; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; Performa Biennial; The New Museum, New York; and the Barbican Centre Art Gallery, London. He has been awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship, and in 2016, he completed a two-year Annenberg Residency at MoMA, where he studied the work of Hijikata. Harrell has recently completed a residency with the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York.

 

Friday, March 2
7:30pm
Odori, the Shit! (2016)
The Return of La Argentina (2015)
Odori, the Shit! (2016)

Saturday, March 3
1pm
Odori, the Shit! (2016)
Okidoki (2018)

2pm
Odori, the Shit! (2016)
Okidoki (2018)

4pm
Odori, the Shit! (2016)
Okidoki (2018)