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3600 cuts

Aniccha Arts presents 3600 cuts, an interdisciplinary performance by Piotr Szyhalski and Pramila Vasudevan about the endless quest for “higher resolution” — the technological obsession of achieving finer grain and more detail—and how this sometimes illuminating, sometimes destructive phenomenon connects to the parallel quest for understanding human ecology. How can human beings begin to fathom the vast impact of climate change in tandem with the immediate minutia of our daily lives? Meticulously moving through one hour of performance by cutting it up into 3600 seconds, this project (de)constructs an intimate “high resolution” portrait-critique of this fleeting moment in deep time.

Composed of dance, sound, and multimedia projections, 3600 cuts will be performed continuously through the night at the Southern Theater. Audience members are welcome to come and go at any point, absorbing the performance for as long as they wish.

60 minute performance at 8:30pm, 10pm, and 11:30pm
Free form improvisation from 1am-5:30am



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Cedar-Riverside - West Bank Inside the Southern Theater: 1420 Washington Ave. S, Minneapolis

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8:59pm - 5:26am



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Aniccha Arts
(b.) Minneapolis, MN
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