Dearest Home (working title) is an interactive dance work conducted in a multi-year format focused on Love and Loving. Comprised primarily of solos and duets generated in conversation and collaboration with a variety of age groups and self-identified subcultures, Home interweaves movement, in its most vulnerable or intimate state with my interest in cross-cultural conversation and community action to create an open dialogue on how different demographics view and converse on topics rooted in love and the absence of love. Thus creating a genuine departure from the violence and injustices prevalent in my work over the past five years.
In addition, these solos and duets may be broken up and performed as individual works for installation settings.
This work will be documented in the form of a documentary film and a book rich with imagery and writings to accompany the research and presentations of Dearest Home including its premiere at YBCA in May 2017.
2015: Residency and Commission for The Social: Where My Heart Lies (proscenium version)
2014: Abraham receives a 2014 MAP Fund Grant for The Social
2013: Abraham was awarded a New England Foundation for the Arts National Dance Project (NDP) grant to support the development of his Creative Capital project
Sep 01 – Jan 01, 2018
Pacific Standard Time Hosts Exhibition on Suzanne Lacy and Pablo Helguera
Aug 13 – Jun 04, 2017
Henry Art Gallery Hosts The Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art by Chris Vargas
Nov 19 – Mar 05, 2017
Cassils Presents Photographs and Performance at PAFA