The Growth of Flowers is a 40-minute light and movement installation that explores the phenomenon of flowers and their birth from plants. Olson and her dancers will investigate how this incredible act of nature relates to humanity and how human growth is similar to growth in other forms. Prior to the 20-minute performance, five dancers will explore a focused improvisation for approximately 20 minutes. The choreographed piece will begin at 7 p.m. and the dancers’ costumes —embellished with 3D-printed flowers — will be illuminated by embedded LEDs, creating a light show specifically designed for the performance.
Marshall Way Bridge, Saturday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m.