Moving with AUTO

There are only 11 days left for the magic of PIFA. Have you joined the moment yet?

AUTO by Kate Watson-Wallace. Photo courtesy of PIFA.

PIFA is not just about passively experiencing a journey through the world of Paris of the Belle Epoque as seen through the eyes of Philly; it’s also about what you can contribute to adventure. Nowhere will you notice this more than in the movement installation AUTO, directed by Kate Watson-Wallace.

With a moving vehicle as the center piece in the landscape of the Falls Center Parking Garage, audience members will become active participants as they move and are moved through a series of performance vignettes that inhabit the simultaneous private and public space that is a car. Cars have become such an intrinsic part of our society that it can often feel as if they are extensions of us and/ or a part of the family. Do you name your car and refer to them as if they were a living being?

Photo courtesy of PIFA

AUTO investigates the body of performer/driver, the body of witness/passenger, and the body of the car itself. AUTO explores how we communicate when we are encased in a small piece of metal that can speed, stop, lock us in, blow us up, or crash at any moment.

AUTO is a performance that takes place inside a parking garage.  Audience members will be asked to walk throughout the garage during the performance. AUTO is the partner piece to CAR, the sold-out 2008 Live Arts hit.

Intrigued? What are you waiting for?

You have until May 1 to experience this interactive performance, taking place every night at 8 p.m. A special closing weekend party taking place on April 30.

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Stay tuned for more live coverage and impressions of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts through May 1, supported by PIFA.

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