A Pop-up Performance by LanDforms and Crojik’s Croft in Pennsylvania Park in Petoskey. The pop-up will be based on creative research on the piece, “The Life in Plastic”.
““The Life in Plastic” is a piece in development by LanDforms, the creative partnership of Leah Crosby and Danielle Doell, which examines female pleasure, consent, waste, transformation, and fantasy. Through the characterization of multiple Barbie-inspired identities, “The Life in Plastic” explores what it means to be a woman through the foil of this plastic American playtime icon.
LanDforms is conducting research at the Emmet County Transfer Station that will inform connections with other city transfer stations to develop an interactive performance in a raw environment. This performance space will frame a “perfect” pocket-sized plastic world constructed by the dancers, while exploring the intersections between the overuse of plastic and the exploitation of women.”