Red Hill River (of brotherhood)
National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta, 5 hidden sites along the Chattahoochee River
June 15-July 24, 2016
Choreographies of movement choirs, care, and procession, locally made at a museum, farm, and river, are offered as a global map for reconciliation and compassion. Stallings is passionate about dance as a form of demonstration, a slogan devoid of any demands or words, suggesting a potential dialogue that may or may not occur. Movement Choirs invite people to come together at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, to sit, skip, stand, kneel, prance, waltz, spin, be still, jump and hug. Processions guide community to 5 hidden sites and trails along the Chattahoochee River in metro Atlanta. In association with local neighborhoods, artist Lauri Stallings aims to deploy small, deliberate interventions of movement and community, maximizing space as an all encompassing character.