In Inside/Outside choreographer Yoshiko Chuma uses her three-dimensional cubes as canvases and compacted and discrete stages. The works unfold inside and outside of these confined spaces. Inside/Outside has a prologue, epilogue and four episodes. Each episode focuses the audience's attention specifically on one framed 7ft. x 7ft. x 7ft. cube. The cubes are both moving
sculptures and "magic boxes", which can be transparent or opaque. Black and white silent film images are projected onto the cubes and into the space, creating a black and white 1950's atmosphere.
This performance is part of the HOWL! Dance Festival