April 12, 13 + 14, 2018
Hearst Dance Theater, Lewis Arts complex
FREE and open to the public
Falling In Time, an original work choreographed by dance senior Trent Kowalik, is a piece about the way different human perspectives can intersect and create a single physical world that is unified by motion. It was inspired by the way his own perspectives in time have shifted, largely as a result of his independent work on backwards time travel and decision theory, and his general interest in the two postulates of special relativity. For the choreographer, it has acted as a bridge connecting his personal studies at Princeton to his experiences outside of academia involving his relationships with others.
The event is free and open to the public; no tickets are required.