In 2002, longtime Bay Area choreographer Janice Garrett, a former Dan Wagoner and Dancers dancer in New York City, founded Janice Garrett & Dancers as a hotbed of dance that crosses space like light bacteria or lines of color in a painting by Jackson Pollock.
In 2009, Charles Moulton, a former dancer with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company, moved west, partnered with Garrett, and added body architectural groups to Garrett’s intricate designs. He is renowned for his moving choirs, where the synchronized action of hands and arms becomes a kind of materialized song, which we seem to feel as well as see.
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