i came to explore the sun, of something more permanent, the moves are maps

Lauri Stallings first ever film work, for Meridian Herald, in partnership with Atlanta Watershed Alliance, Proctor Creek Greenway, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, and HJacobs Creative, starring Ashley Ianna Daye, Christina Hiroko Kelly, Mechelle Tunstall, envisioning Southern women’s experiences. i came to explore…

i came to explore the sun, of something more permanent, the moves are maps

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Lauri Stallings first ever film work, for Meridian Herald, in partnership with Atlanta Watershed Alliance, Proctor Creek Greenway, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, and HJacobs Creative, starring Ashley Ianna Daye, Christina Hiroko Kelly, Mechelle Tunstall, envisioning Southern women’s experiences. i came to explore the sun, of something more permanent, the moves are maps is a new research piece about how Southern women help one another with female strength, to hold questions about physical and emotional strategies for coming together, and deep listening, while shifting the understanding of dance from traditional studio practice to a more conceptual base of transforming the social environment. The reduced time with glo, typically consisting of durational participation happening over huge amounts of time, can be regarded as a positive element, because it does not overwhelm us, and allows us to dedicate our full attention to every spectrum of nature and woman. Offering perspective on breathing, intention, and presence, that actively challenges the South and its rivers, as a site for bio-diversity, the film slowly invites us to navigate through the entire space to see all of the parts.

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