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Apayaana, 2012 (flight)

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Performed at Lake Placid Center for the Arts, in 2011 and 2012 - Apayaana is an environmental-themed work, considering the lives of butterflies, using the changes to their habitat, as a way of looking at the uncertainty in everyone’s lives. It premiered just before the Tropical Storm Irene engulfed the northern Adirondack Mountain region in epic floods. A common thread in my ballets is harmony and disharmony. Many of my ballets dwell on that thought - the balance of (human) nature. This ballet is abstract; it does not tell a conventional story, yet it creates a mood, it will gives a suggestion of a place and a passage of time. Its name is Apayaana, which derives from a Sanskrit word meaning flight, – as in retreat. I studied Sanskrit at the University of Pennsylvania while a student at Bryn Mawr College. Like other ancient tongues, it is the unspoken language of sacred texts. This ballet came out of my observation that the pattern of natural things was shifting. I appreciate the extreme regularity of the patterns nesting phoebes, or the feeding or flight of hummingbirds and butterflies because I like to photograph them for my “Living Lightly on the Earth” series of images. I also noticed when their patterns began to shift. Climate change was the thought behind this ballet in the making - even before the tumultuous weather of that past spring, before the Ausable River flooded its banks in late April, and before Tropical Store Irene arrived in August of 2011. The awareness of global warming and climate change lurks in the back of all our minds like sand running through an hourglass. We have a responsibility to lessen our footprint on this earth, to stop focusing our economies on growth and start thinking about survival and embracing local, inventive smaller-scale ways of living, like it or not.

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