Bright, golden light shines through a window into a dark room where a person is caught in mid-movement. Their arm reaches toward the window, their body gracefully on one knee.


A collaboration between Pieter Performance Space and The Box, curated by Jennie MaryTai Liu and assistant curator Alana Frey, Knees, Schools, Urges is a performance program and exhibition which invites ten dancers / artists to grapple with documented and undocumented histories of early 20th century modern dance in the place now known as Los Angeles.

Two individuals are tangled, together, on a bed of newspapers. One sits upright; the other is curled around their body, in their lap.

Rachael Lincoln and Leslie Seiters: Long Playing

Viewers of Long Playing have found evidence of a mercurial relationship, a critique of capitalism, an unfolding ritual, and transformation, both glacial and instantaneous. It calls on fictitious guides, animal instincts, and a long history of making together.

A person with long, wavy brown hair, a bright, patterned orange top and a bright blue skirt kneels in a pile of fake flowers against an orange background.


Founded by Alicia Mullikin, EL SUEÑO actively weaponizes dance against cultural erasure and systematically deconstructs harmful narratives about brown bodies in hopes of providing representation, cultural restoration, and nurturing environments for the next generation of dance artists. 

The words "TIME BASED ART FESTIVAL" in bold, centered against a green background. Various information about the show above and below.

Time-Based Art Festival

It is a time for us to come together in celebration of experimental works and ideas and to push the boundaries of what it means to make

Bending, leaning, and with outstretched arms, an image captures five individuals mid-dance, along a dirt path, dividing a dense and lush forested area.


he composition is collectively devised, continuously revealing emergent poetics within the stream of images, movements, and sonics.