In her US debut, Lithuanian choreographer Lora Juodkaitė dives into the depths of human memory revealing forms and meaning in a search for one’s true self in a dance performance titled “Memory” (“Atmintis” in Lithuanian). The choreography unfolds in a square pattern that represents the four points of human memory: memorization, storage of memory, reminiscence and forgetting.
These performances by Lora Juodkaitė are hosted by Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture as part of the San Francisco International Arts Festival, which runs from May 19 – June 5 exclusively at FMCAC. The Festival features over 100 performances by 50 different ensembles, as well as an expansive arts exhibition celebrating 100 years of the Dada Movement. Get discounts on tickets to see multiple shows at the Festival by buying a Festival pass. More details HERE.