Out of Studio I

Marlowe Porter shares what dance looks like for her during a global pandemic By Marlowe Porter

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, dancers have been stuck at home, kept away from the studio and the stage. To document dance during this time, we asked three dancers/photographers to capture how they are finding inspiration within their walls and amid their furniture and possessions.

Marlowe Porter is a Toronto-based dance artist and photographer. She has worked with REAson d’être Productions, Dancetheatre David Earle, Polynomials Body Theatre, Anandam Dancetheatre and Vashton Dance, amongst others. As a dance and portrait photographer, she explores multidisciplinary approaches to creation by incorporating photography, film and performance.

Porter is the first of the three artists whose photography is featured in our July/August 2020 issue. Stay tuned for photos from Alvin Collantes and Mika Manning. 

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