The second performance was an outdoor performance at the inaugural FLUX London Dance Festival. The work was performed on the gorgeous grounds of Eldon House, the oldest standing house in London, ON. It drizzled and threatened worse all day then the sky opened in time for the performance. Photos here were taken by Caitlyn Vader.
What I find fascinating comparing the moments captured by both photographers. So here they are.
Stay tuned for the next incarnation of "at this altitude". It will be part of Blue Ceiling dance's next production "dead reckoning" in the 2015-16 season, alongside choreography by Peter Quanz and dancers Elke Schroeder and Sky Fairchild-Waller.
Special thanks to Marie France Forcier of Forcier Stage Works, Lacey Smith of FLUX London Dance Festival and Rosslyn Jacob-Edwards of Dance Ontario.
"dead reckoning" has the generous support of Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.