by Dorian Wallace

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Honey, is a raw collaborative between movement and sound. Together they separately explore how honey moves across space, feels, tastes, smells, and sounds; as well as temperature and gravity shifts. The three dancers move with a smooth but thick essence that is both humbling and enchanting. The movement and the music were created separately to hold the honesty and essence of truth to its highest standard without outside influence.

The composer tasted, studied the movement, and taped the sound of honey pouring onto itself. Honey was ingested, the next note imagined, then written down. This piece was then recorded live and manipulated electronically, causing the effect of an organic entity, with the surreal experience of living as honey.


released November 30, 2010



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Dorian Wallace New York, New York

​Dorian Wallace is a composer, pianist, teacher, and activist. His work explores aspects of conscious and unconscious experiences, political discourse, performance art, and genre crossing. He is co-founder and artistic director of Tenth Intervention, a New York City based new music collective. ... more

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