Heidi Ducker Dance’s 4th Ebb & Flow will proceed, but with a big difference. Instead of live performances and gatherings, this year they have turned to AR to give audiences a hybrid experience that is both site-specific and socially distant, self-guided and experiential. In the one part of the State Historic Park, audiences discover a suite of sculptural artworks, which are “activated” using the AR app that places dance performances within the viewfinder landscape. In another, an immersive installation designed by Snezana Petrovic is very much IRL and exists as an urgent mediation on our problematic relationship to the natural world.

Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring St., Chinatown; Saturday, June 27 – Tuesday, June 30, 8am-sunset daily; free; heididuckler.org.


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