Thick, Wet Hide  uses concrete installation and other articles to obscure, alter and exaggerate identity. It explores a hyper textural world where callused sirens teeter between a mythological and contemporary existence. Elements of popular, and underground American culture serve as the inspired thread stitching together the work's surreal environment.  Premiered at The Garage, San Francisco as part of their RAW  residency program.  Choreography: Sarah Sandoval in collaboration with the performer.  Performance: Esme Kundanis-Grow and Sarah Sandoval  Sound design: Sarah Sandoval using the following artists: Oren Ambarchi, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, Schlomo feat. Jeremih, Seven Deaths and Diplo.  Costume: Ismael Acosta and Sarah Sandoval  Photos: Kristian Punturere
       
     
       
     
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  Thick, Wet Hide  uses concrete installation and other articles to obscure, alter and exaggerate identity. It explores a hyper textural world where callused sirens teeter between a mythological and contemporary existence. Elements of popular, and underground American culture serve as the inspired thread stitching together the work's surreal environment.  Premiered at The Garage, San Francisco as part of their RAW  residency program.  Choreography: Sarah Sandoval in collaboration with the performer.  Performance: Esme Kundanis-Grow and Sarah Sandoval  Sound design: Sarah Sandoval using the following artists: Oren Ambarchi, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, Schlomo feat. Jeremih, Seven Deaths and Diplo.  Costume: Ismael Acosta and Sarah Sandoval  Photos: Kristian Punturere
       
     

Thick, Wet Hide uses concrete installation and other articles to obscure, alter and exaggerate identity. It explores a hyper textural world where callused sirens teeter between a mythological and contemporary existence. Elements of popular, and underground American culture serve as the inspired thread stitching together the work's surreal environment.

Premiered at The Garage, San Francisco as part of their RAW  residency program.

Choreography: Sarah Sandoval in collaboration with the performer.

Performance: Esme Kundanis-Grow and Sarah Sandoval

Sound design: Sarah Sandoval using the following artists: Oren Ambarchi, Dean Blunt and Inga Copeland, Schlomo feat. Jeremih, Seven Deaths and Diplo.

Costume: Ismael Acosta and Sarah Sandoval

Photos: Kristian Punturere

       
     
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