SALT HORSE (2008-2016) is a dance, sound, visual-theater performance company created by dancers Beth Graczyk and Corrie Befort and musicians Angelina Baldoz and Jason E Anderson. Salt Horse creates visually rich, sensation-based works that illuminate the quiet, unseen, or hidden aspects of nature and the human experience. The company members rigorously merge improvisation and composition to create arresting narratives that weave between the literal and the abstract.
Salt Horse was formed through a series of residencies and performances in Japan and Seattle between 2005 and 2008. Together they have created four-evening length works: This Was A Cliff (2008), Man On The Beach (2010), Titan Arum (2011), and Color Field (2014). In addition, they have been commissioned to make work through Cornish College of the Arts, Velocity Dance Center, Northwest Film Forum and most recently through the City of Seattle. Funders include Artist Trust, 4 Culture, Washington State Arts Commission, The National Endowment for the Arts and the SCUBA national touring network.
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