Synopsis: Enantiodromia, explores the journey of women* navigating shame in pursuit of something felt deep within our bones, of something once known, but somehow lost in the current moment. It not only seeks to demonstrate the emotional and psychological labor of shedding the layers that have been put upon us, but also highlights the effort required to work through these opposing qualities so that we may begin to liberate ourselves from our socially imposed domestication.
*The word women includes anyone and everyone who identifies as such
Kristi Cole (she/they) is a Queer choreographer with a BA in Dance and Political Science from The George Washington University. She founded Kristi Cole & Guests in 2019 with the mission of bringing together artists to create impactful interdisciplinary work. Her work has been presented in the tri-state area as well as in Atlanta, Georgia and Toronto, Canada. Cole has self-produced two evenings of Art & Performance featuring film and live performance. Awards include: Queens Art Fund New Work Grantee, Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation Artist in Residence, Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grantee and Everwood Farm Artist-in-Residence.