In currents (title subject to change), Wilson will perform a closing ceremony of accumulation and release, aroused by the fluency of intentionality and spontaneity. Wilson will activate the ritual with weighted, soft, sculptural materials that can bend and rest upon her physical body, as the primary architectural space within the performance. currents (title subject to change) will create a fusion between her body and the grounds (tbd) on which it is supported, making space for a location to be found.
Videography: Sue Montoya
Almaz Wilson is a multi-disciplinary artist committed to exploring intimacy, loss and resilience, and identity-in-flux through the possibilities of endlessness in place-making and shape-making. Wilson is interested in how the body translates visceral information within a space, and how a space can become an expression of a shared relationship. In 2018, Almaz received an MFA from University of Florida, and, in 2020, had a solo exhibit, “backroads,” at FiveMyles Gallery in Brooklyn, New York.