No. 22 / PENUMBRA
No. 22 / PENUMBRA

CAM RALEIGH – No 22 / Penumbra is a solo dance work by Justin Tornow, created in collaboration with Heather Gordon, with Gordon’s installation And Then The Sun Swallowed Me.
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AND THEN THE SUN SWALLOWED ME
AND THEN THE SUN SWALLOWED ME

CAM RALEIGH – A black tape and video site installation demonstrating the power of a supernova and our inability to escape its lifecycle. Runs through Feb 4, 2018 with dance performance with Justin Tornow on Feb 1 at 7pm.
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No 19 / MODULATIONS
No 19 / MODULATIONS

21C DURHAM – A full-length dance work in 6 movements by COMPANY in collaboration with Jess Dilday, Heather Gordon, Alex Maness, Matthew McClure, Lee Weisert and Del Ward. July 19, 21, 23-24, 2017
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TYPEFACE
TYPEFACE

VISUAL ART EXCHANGE – In the day-long performance “Typeface,” Gordon and Vitiello turn the VAE gallery into a low-velocity particle accelerator for language that captures the wonder of that debris. July 15, 2017 from 11a-4p.
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ECHO
ECHO

21C DURHAM – ECHO is an interdisciplinary collaboration with Justin Tornow that explores junctions between site-specific installation, live performance, and pre-recorded video projection.
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COCOA CINNAMON MURAL
COCOA CINNAMON MURAL

DURHAM – In 2015, I completed the upper cabinet mural at the Cocoa Cinnamon Hillsborough Rd location using the geo-coordinates of a history of the travel of coffee.
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KIN
KIN

THE CARRACK – AUG 4-15, 2015 with two performances of The Value of Words #15/5, a collaboration with Justin Tornow
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CITY CODE
CITY CODE

Early in 2013, we produced this bit of graffiti on an abandoned wall near our studios. It’s a binary string of 1’s and 0’s of the words “i’m being wasted”.
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THE FLOOR @ COCOA CINNAMON
THE FLOOR @ COCOA CINNAMON

My journey in this collaborative project started when I met Areli & Leon “on the bike”. We were sympatico. When they started work on Cocoa Cinnamon, they contacted me early on inviting me to join them.
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THE VALUE OF WORDS NO.2
THE VALUE OF WORDS NO.2

We started the project with words and numeric totals for each round of play typed on index cards for a game between two players. Sydney took the even numbered cards, and I took the odds.
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