|Plot||A celebration of movement, FINITE & INFINITE GAMES was captured on film at Judson Memorial Church, a spectacular space with an illustrious collaborative arts history in New York City's Greenwich Village. At its heart is the literary work of philosopher James P. Carse, Finite and Infinite Games. Choreographer Katherine Helen Fisher crafted nine dances seeking to explore the individual's role within the community through interweaving narrative and abstract elements of movement. Visual artist, C. Finley, created a massive 12' x 48' non-repetitive geometric backdrop. Finley's artwork simultaneously clashes with and complements the dancers, exposes or hides them as the need arises. Her art is a comparative replication of the dance and a beautiful mirroring of the stained glass at Judson Memorial Church. Designer Gai Mattiolo's costumes are as much a part of the choreography as the dancers themselves. Alternately standing out or blending in, an infusion of colors or muted tones---a merging of high couture and choreography---he has extended the reach of the dancers in a beautiful way. RJ Muna directed the filming. Brought to you by thisiswater Productions, LLC in association with Random Bench Productions. FINITE & INFINITE GAMES is a celebration of unity, color and variety---a riot of pure movement. The musical selections feature the singular voice of the saxophone as a representation of the human voice. This project draws from art history's famous vanguard of collaborative artists working within the performing arts, from Digalieve, Massine and Fokine to Childs, Glass, Wilson and Cunningham. This is a presentation of pure joy through collaboration for the 21st century.... search for Finite & Infinite Games on IMDb|
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