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A Clear Day and No Memories

  • 32 mins
  • 70%
  • 17+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2002
  • Cult

Situated on top of a steep, wooded bluff in Port Townsend, the extensive 100 year-old concrete gun emplacements and batteries of Fort Worden now exist as silent and overgrown ruins. Themes of soldiering and hints of war are explored in a series of loosely related sequences. This is the compelling setting for video imagery of hypnotic, precise and richly interior dance movement in a dance-for-video piece entitled A Clear Day and No Memories, directed by Robert Campbell, and performed by The Maureen Whiting Company. A Clear Day and No Memories, inspired by the Wallace Stevens poem of the same name, was made from 40 hours of raw footage, edited into an intricately-woven tapestry of performance, architecture and sound.