Blending art with social change, The Sacrifice of Giants—is an ecologically-sensitive choreographic production of dance, video, and photography honoring the natural behavior of the inhabitants of our oceans—and, illuminating today’s critical global issue: the captivity of cetaceans.
Inspired by a need to meaningfully connect to our living planet, our work attempts to sensitize society to the need for conservation of our beloved species and oceans. We believe: art and human expression cannot be separate from society. It improves society. And, inherent to modern dance is revolution. Aligning with the spirit of the field, our work is an essential component to promote public awareness for the natural world.
“Plasticity, delicacy, beauty, commitment. The Sacrifice of Giants is of an exceptional creative category, it has been shaped with an absolute delicacy at the same time it brings a message of social commitment to the environment truly commendable.”
“I am a 20 year season ticket holder to the San Francisco Ballet and The Sacrifice of Giants was one of the most powerful dance movements I have ever experienced. I was touched, moved and inspired.”
“Thank you again for your show at Lincoln Center. It was truly exceptional and amazing!”
“Reflection. That is the word that best describes the feeling with which I left the powerful and poetic dance piece, The Sacrifice of Giants. Any act that mobilizes us to look inward only to drive us out towards action, deserves all merits. Camille Hanson, a deep gratitude for your vision and to the whole collective creative team. You have inspired us and mobilized us to action.”
“The Sacrifice of Giants es una obra llena de fuerza y belleza. Es una danza que desborda sinceridad y compromiso.”
“The Sacrifice of Giants interrumpe. Es arte que hace una interrupción en la corriente y principal manera de pensar”
Teatro Victoria (Tenerife, The Canary Islands): October 1-2
Supported by el Circuito de la Red de Teatros Alternativos 2016, IETM Valencia, The international marine conservation organisation SOSdelfines, Greenpeace España, La Dolphin Connection Spain and France, Conde Duque de Madrid, Centro Danza Canal Madrid, Coreógrafos en Comunidad in Madrid, The Bogliasco Foundation of New York City, U.S.A.
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