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SIGHT uncovers a colorful world free from the biases of vision. Painted head-to-toe in body paint and blindfolded at intervals throughout the piece, the performers must rely on touch as the primary means of orientation and connection. The dances often find safety behind their masks, unveiling the notion that it is often easier to live in the world behind our blindfolds than it is to truly see one another.

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