Wind and Tree (2013)
A multi-screen video installation (Abe Abraham)
Theatre 80, 80 St. Marks Place, near First Avenue, East Village, NY
October 25, 2013

 

Brian Schaefer of the New York Times writes:

If a Renaissance painting of hell came to life as a dance film installation, it might look like Abe Abraham’s "Wind and Tree," with its elegant, shadowy shots of fragmented body parts and twisted limbs paired with eerie seismographic recordings of the earth's vibration. Mr. Abraham made the film for a single screen in 2011, and has now descended deeper into the work, choreographing it for three split screens. At 8 p.m., Theater 80, 80 St. Marks Place, near First Avenue, East Village, (212) 388-0388, theatre80.net; $15. (Brian Schaefer)