RAWdance and The Carrying Stones Project collaborated on a companion dance work choreographed by Co-Artistic Director Katie Wong for the opening reception of the Counting the Hours exhibition. The piece features a quartet of female movement artists and is inspired by the subjects, process, and visual art works of Counting the Hours.

The performance activated the space in and around the suspended portion of the “Dawline” sculpture. The movement artists transformed the floor elements of the sculpture— 37 stones representing Dawline’s unpaid labor hours— first into a physical boundary and then into an abstract depiction of women’s workloads.

About RAWdance
RAWdance is an award-winning contemporary dance company known for transforming theaters and public spaces through a mix of performance, curation, and collaboration. The company’s charged and nuanced works have been presented by the Joyce Theater, Jacob’s Pillow, YBCA, Dance St. Louis , ODC Theater, the Singapore Fringe, Yerba Buena Gardens Festival, ‘62 Center for Theatre and Dance, and more throughout the U.S. and in Asia.

Katerina (Katie) Wong is a Co-Artistic Director of RAWdance. She has collaborated and performed with over 15 Bay Area choreographers. Katie’s work has been commissioned by PUSH Dance Company, FACT/SF, Cutting Ball Theater, California Academy of Sciences, and ACLU of Northern California. In 2017 she was the first dance artist to tour nationally with Pop-Up Magazine, which culminated in a performance at Lincoln Center. Her choreography has been presented locally at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Z Space, ODC Theater, CounterPulse, Fort Mason, and more.