How do we allow ourselves to be seen? How does identity change in relation to time? How is our perception of self manipulated by society? Gestures of a mundane body morph into abstract dances as one attempts to be seen by herself and others. Focusing on the personal value of identity by questioning who cares more about one’s identity, the outside audience or the owner of said identity, (un)important, today is utilizes physical movement and warped images to explore the declaration of self. It’s both meaningful to all and meaningless to one.
Main Image: Danielle Mackenzie Long in (un)important, today is