Set in an austere world characterized by coded language, razor-edged focus, and biting humor, “When We” is a duet by Rachael Dichter (San Francisco, CA) and Allie Hankins (Portland, OR). Sharp, tense, mischievous and surreal, the two women invest in the power of presence & time and seduction & deception as they indicate the body as an intersection of violence, benevolence, construct and influence. Seeking to undermine their (and our) status as subject or object, the women implore the audience to watch their world unfold slowly. They concretize images (shapes, desires, projections). Are you listening? Are they reading? Can you hear them? Do you like them? Do you like us? How far offshore are we now?



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