A collage of dreams, memories and other lives, ISBA explores the constancy of change, the ways in which we are all shape-shifters. What is the real self? Who are we anyway? Ms. Harrison bows to her Buddhist teachers, to her tiny primate ancestors, to her Jewish storytelling/dancing/singing family, and to the great vaudevillians, like Bert Williams, who created characters both hilarious and tragic.
Music is by the late Collin Walcott and other fine cohorts, past and present.
Video by Jane Zipp. Shot at The Club at La MaMa 2008
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