May 18 — 24, 2018 | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

“Though dance has become prevalent in museums, it still often feels tacked on and unintegrated. Not so at the Met Breuer, where Andrea Miller’s new ‘(C)arbon’ is being presented in conjunction with “Like Life: Sculpture, Color and the Body (1300-Now).” In response to 127 representations of the human form, surely an artist who works with living bodies would have something to say. Ms. Miller does, and not just in the sense that any choreographer would.”

- The New York Times

Gallim's Artistic Director Andrea Miller closed 2018 as Met Artist-in-Residence with (C)arbon, a three-gallery performance installation of dance, film, sculpture and soundscape on the phenomenon of the body. Performed by six dancers, this anthropological study of the body dedicates each gallery to a state of the body's experience (individual, duel relations, and en masse). (C)arbon was exhibited in conjunction with The Met Breuer's exhibition, Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body, examining 700 years of sculpture of the human body.


Vision by MetLiveArts 2017-2018 Artist in Residence, Andrea Miller, in collaboration with Ben Stamper.

May 18-20, 22-24, 2018

Choreographer and Creative Director:
Andrea Miller

Video / Filmmaker:
Ben Stamper

Soundscape / Composer:
Will Epstein

Dancers: Rakeem Hardy, Allysen Hooks, Sean Howe, Gary Reagan, Connor Speetjens, Georgia Usbourne

Wall Dancers: Zoe McNeil, Paul Morland, Matthew Perez, Haley Sung


Costume Designer:
Jose Solis

Clay Sculpture:
Eric Ehrnschwender

Lighting Designer:
Amanda K. Ringger

Technical Director & Stage Manager:
Randi Rivera

Production Manager, The Met:
Markus Paminger

(C)arbon. Photos by Sasha Arutyunova and Andrea Miller. Film by Ben Stamper.