1. Jeremiah Day is one of five artists commissioned by If I Can’t Dance to make a new work as part of Edition IV – Affect (2010–2012). In Jeremiah Day’s work questions of site and historical memory are explored through fractured narratives, employing photography, speech, and improvisational movement.

      Jeremiah Day’s new project will draw upon the intersection of landscape and history in Europe, taking up ruins from the Cold War as method of posing questions abour the present status and future possibilities for the western political tradition and the meaning of citizenship.

      If I Can't Dance,
      I Don't Want to Be Part of
      Your Revolution