Five on the black hand side/


The choreography is athletic, militaristic, requiring strength and precision
— Jamie Shearn Coan of the Brooklyn Rail
“rich in emotional nuance and gestural beauty”
— Brian Seibert of the New York Times


@ The Studio Museum in Harlem


Curated by Amanda Hunt and presented in dialogue with exhibitions at the time A Constellation; Black: Material, Color, Concept and Lorraine O’Grady’s Art Is, the performance of Dapline! at the Studio Museum in Harlem is one that pulls itself apart to come back together again delivering, abstractly, traces of Black expressive culture along the way. 

In this iteration of Dapline! the entire museum was activated  Throughout the day, performances featured Yaw Agyeman and Jeremy Toussaint-Baptise activating the space sonically (acoustically and electronically respectively), Yon Tande (formally Whitney Hunter) conversational work with Lorraine O'Grady's Art Is exhibit which all  culminated in the theatre with an unique excerpt of Dapline!