review of Imaginative Feats Literally Presented

review of <em>Imaginative Feats Literally Presented</em>

Posted: Nov 01 | Author: | Filed under: News & Updates | Tagged: , ,

The Bi-College News published a review of the show.

The reviewer, Hannah Garner, a student at Haverford, writes,

While Guarded speaks more openly about fear and preparedness, all of the pieces touch on this topic visually, acoustically, and viscerally.  Through sound and personal narrative we are asked to decide the nature of our relationship to the speakers, those who have been hurt and affected by war and fear.  And through images or the lack thereof (because there are no images of actual fighting in this exhibit, we play with our imagination of war.

Download a pdf of her review.