3 miles of possible

a durational dance performance exploring the poetic and practical associations of “the possible” in a world of fluctuating personal, material, political and artistic contingencies.

Tickets and info for Sept/Oct performances of Mile 1 & 2 here.

Willamette Week review of the first mile by Suzette Smith.
Oregon Arts Watch review of the first mile by Amy Leona Havin

In a work whose length is measured by distance, Linda Austin animates and travels along a series of spatial paths envisioned as giant drawings, spells, and/or runes. These paths are threaded through with a variety of movement scores, choreographies, tasks, interactions with objects, guest artists, texts, songs, and sound compositions. Although much of the investigation is movement based, visual, sonic, textual and discursive interventions will touch upon utopian longings, possible world theory, and modal logic.

4 spatial paths created from the words LOST POSSIBLE UTOPIAN TURNING

Austin presented the first mile of this work in her home studio in a series of 10 performances in October/November, 2021. The finished work will measure 3 miles and last as long as it lasts, approximately 4-5 hours. Mile 2 is coming up in July 2022 and the work in its entirely will be presented sometime in 2023.