Giovanni Casadei from Italy
Physical bodies moving between physical places define migration, and the immigrant journey is at the heart of humanity’s ability to survive. These photographs chronicle the personal experiences of immigrants from a diversity of countries including Japan, Italy, Iraq, Ecuador, Cuba, Mexico, Jamaica, and more!
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Maria Jose, Angie, Dani from Ecuador
The dance by Cardell Dance Theatre is an examination of the human experience of all people on the move, looking for new horizons. From this rich and fertile history Cardell creates evocative forms of movement—abstract, personal, universal—performed with unrelenting physicality and striking moments of beauty.
Silvana Cardell, the choreographer, and two of the dancers in the performance (Maria Urrutia & Adrian Plascencia) are themselves immigrants from Latin America. Their personal stories are included in Jennifer's installation with their photographs and details of their migration to the United States.
Maria Urrutia from Cuba
Adrian Plascencia from Mexico