Liquid Heat is an exciting, international urban public art project that brings together photography, dance and outreach work.
Working with well-known Hispanic, Cuban and Brazilian dance companies and artists, Jessica Angel is creating a series of photographic installations in Havana (Cuba), New York (USA), and Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) that capture the spirit and excitement of Latin dance. The dynamic art works will transform the planes and surfaces of unused public spaces into intense and vibrant canvases bringing the gallery to the street and the dance of the streets back to the streets.
April 2018 sees the international launch of Liquid Heat in Havana. Jessica Angel has collaborated with one of Cuba's most important choreographers, Santiago Alfonso, for a unique photo shoot to exhibit a series of vibrant, life size photographs that capture the movement, energy and passion of Cuban dance.
The photography exhibition takes place between 11th and 30th April 2018 at the prestigious museum Casa Guayasamin in Old Havana as part of The Festival Internacional de Danza en Paisajes Urbanos, Habana Vieja: Ciudad en Movimiento.
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