Described as "an accumulative process-based dance-opera," this complex work is currently engaged in a seven-weekend run, with each weekend building upon the previous to form the narrative of "Any Size Mirror Is A Dictator." Each live performance is constructed by two teams of performers, "force[ing] spectators into experiential paradoxes surrounding relationally and subjectivity, materiality and immateriality, and meaning-interpretation vs. meaning-making."
This free performance series is running in Brooklyn through Oct. 19. In order to allow the creators to speak about the concept and ideology of "Any Size Mirror Is A Dictator" themselves, The Huffington Post chatted with choreographer and co-director Lindsey Drury this week.