November’s Site Specific Performance Series featured three diverse performances in three Design District locations. The presentation focused its efforts along the west side of the Miami Design District on North Miami Avenue.
The evening began on a beautiful note, as the New World Symphony’s brass musicians played amongst the works of artist Rob Pruitt on the third floor of the de la Cruz Collection.
From there, the crowd headed one block south to a storage space next to Harry’s Pizza, where The Project [theatre] presented a scene from US Drag by Gina Gionfriddo.
The evening concluded at Oliver Sanchez’s renowned SwampSpace, where David Rohn’s Homo-Sapiens presented Kamel-Bak, a multi-media performance piece that explored the Judeo- Christian / Islamic clash. The piece was interactive and wild.
Site Specific will be back in 2015 with more exciting combinations of performances set against the backdrop of the Miami Design District.
Photos by Manny Hernandez. Video produced by Aaron Glickman, filmed by Gabriel Soyka.