DO A DANCE       DO A DANCE     


 

OLIVIA KUSIO







 


tap tap tap click click click
our efficiencies control our bodies our movements are rapidly losing variety and expressiveness.
DO A DANCE 


sunday, april 18
nassau x witherspoon

play music
     
 






                                    “Do a dance? Ahhh!”




 
     “Mom, do a dance!”           






           

                                           “I would’ve danced if it were music that I listen to”







                               
                               

         







       my music was fighting against the sounds of cars, and mostly losing
“I got you a donut. I appreciate cool people.”







   “This is a vibe. I’ve come to vibe with you.”                                 








                       “I’ll come back tomorrow and do a dance.”
                                                                      ... doesn’t come back tomorrow 











                                “I’ve been admiring you for the past four hours.”
                                 i did not notice them before that moment....












                          


   


      more women danced, more men talked                           




                               too many pictures,




         not enough dancing






                                               


                                       strangers were drawn, friends were filmed


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