Performing Arts

Everywhere Nowhere

September 28 & 29 2013

Courtyard between Terminal 1 & Terminal 2

Directed and choreographed by Sarah Elgart, Everywhere Nowhere is a site-specific, multi-sensory spectacle of movement, sound, and color, featuring an original musical score by composer Yuval Ron, projections by director Kevin Kerslake and artist Stephen Glassman, and costume design by Swinda Reichelt. Everywhere Nowhere was commissioned as part of Influx: Art at LAX, the airport’s first-ever public art festival.

Sarah Elgart has been on the forefront of dance in Los Angeles as a choreographer, director, and producer for many years. Known most recently for her large scale, site-specific productions as well as her dance films, Elgart’s work engages audiences by transforming and catalyzing bus terminals, airports, museums and more with movement, music, and media, to make magic out of the mundane, allowing viewers to see “old places with new eyes”. In addition to her regular choreography and directing work, Elgart currently writes a bi-weekly column called ScreenDance Diaries about the intersections of dance and film for the on-line magazine Cultural Weekly, where Elgart also launched and produced an international on-line, dance film festival, “Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival”.


Photos courtesy of Panic Studio LA

Sarah Elgart "Everywhere Nowhere" Courtyard between Terminal 1 & Terminal 2

Video courtesy of Los Angeles World Airports

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