This original solo performance seeks the deep dark and exalted in human ingenuity through a queered historical sci-fi epic. From the first test of an atomic bomb to the spread of white nationalism and our race to the stars, Churn reveals: You are every age you have ever been, and every age you will ever be.
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“In these fractions of a second, the atomic light was still pure. It was not yet a bomb. It was not yet a symbol of apocalypse. It was not yet a part of our world. In these fractions of a second, the atomic light was still as timeless and indifferent as the universe itself. What you are making is not a weapon; it is something completely new. What you are making is a....a new situation.”
“We embody. We learn. We release the idea of failure, because it’s all data. But first we imagine. We are in an imagination battle.”
“Science fiction is simply a way to practice the future together.”
“The easier ‘being wrong’ is for you (the faster you can release your viewpoint), the quicker you can adapt to changing circumstances. Adapting allows you to know and name current needs and capacity, to be in relationship in real time, as opposed to any cycle of wishing and/or resenting what others do or don’t give you….Just at least consider that the place where you are wrong might be the most fertile ground for connecting with and receiving others.”