Grant Recipient Details

Location
Minneapolis, MN
Project Title
she who lives on the road to war
Fiscal Year Awarded
2022
Grant or Program
National Dance Project Production Grant
Grant Amount
$56,500

she who lives on the road to war is an immersive installation and dance performance project created by Native choreographer Rosy Simas (Seneca) in response to our global loss and the collective need to grieve, to condole, and to come together in peace and reconciliation. It is both a physical space for rest and refuge, and a performative work of Native futurities that imagines a world of relational balance with nature and with each other.

she who lives on the road to war is being developed in and will premiere on the unceded territory of the Dakota in Mni Sota Makoce. This work is also being developed in relationship to Onöndowa’ga (Seneca) lands, other Haudenosaunee territories, and unceded Haudenosaunee lands in what is now called New York and Ontario. 

Estimated Artist Fee: $30,000/performance or week long residency.

Presenter Partners

  • All My Relations Arts (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Gibney (New York, NY)
  • Weisman Art Museum (Minneapolis, MN)

Tour Coordinator

Rosy Simas
Artistic Director
Rosy Simas Danse, Inc.
Tel. (612) 719-9605

 

NDP Presentation Grant

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Work Samples

 

Rosy leans back with one of her arms extended back.
photo courtesy of the artist
Five screens with hair and different textiles projected across them.
photo courtesy of the artists