Body so Fluorescent
by David di Giovanni in collaboration with Amanda Cordner
What happened last night on the dance floor? Two friends try to retrace their steps from the night before to figure out just how it all ended in an explosive fight. In their effort to figure out last night's facts, both friends shift from self to alter-ego, and along the way, are met with stunning revelations. BODY SO FLUORESCENT is inviting and outrageous: asking difficult questions about blackness, otherness and relational oppressions.