Racer Sessions

Sundays, 8-10pm at Cafe Racer in Seattle, WA

Tayler Tucker and Taylor Hanigosky Preview Upcoming Collaboration

Greetings, Racers!

This weekend, we continue with our inadvertent theme of dance-based works with a presentation by mover/choreographer Tayler Tucker and visual artist Taylor Hanigosky. Joined by Luke Hagerman (bass), Ruby Dunphy (drums), Satchel Henneman (guitar), and Allison Burke (movement), this presentation is a preview of a larger durational work that they will premiere in April with a larger ensemble - including other members of the Racer community. More on that down the road. Below, find some words and media from the artists:

"I went to scratch my forehead is a collaborative project between Taylor Hanigosky and Tayler Tucker to construct an abstracted reality through multidisciplinary art. The Racer Session preview is a glimpse of the work-in-progress that has been developing over the past few months.

Sample work by Taylor Hanigosky

Sample work by Taylor Hanigosky

"Working fluidly across mediums of movement, sound and imagery enables the artists to transform an open space into a consuming environment. Six images were referenced to create an abstract but structured improvisation score between movement and sound in this exploration of the work-in-progress.

"Through this abstraction, larger, diverging and competing themes can exist simultaneously. For this exploration of I went to scratch my forehead, the artists seek to explore the dichotomy of physical connection (euphoria) and the physicality of disconnection (dystopia)."