"Let's Paint This Town In Craters" is the second of three singles to be released off of Chicharra's forthcoming album of the same name (out October 20th 2017) that together illustrate the album's journey from apocalypse to rebirth.
"Alloy" is the first of three singles to be released off of Chicharra's forthcoming album, Let's Paint This Town in Craters," (out October 2017) that together illustrate the album's journey from apocalypse to rebirth. The first of the trilogy, "Alloy," opens the struggle with an aerial acrobatics piece inspired by Kurt Vonnegut's story "Harrison Bergeron," which tells of a dystopian future in which dancers are made to wear weights so they can't achieve their full potential. Co-produced by AirDance New Mexico and Chicharra's own Monica Demarco and filmed and edited by Chris Walsh, "Alloy" features aerial acrobatics performed and choreographed by Christina Cavaleri who wears a heavy, welding masking during the piece.
Choreography and performance by Christina Cavaleri Music written and performed by Chicharra Lighting Design by Amy Bourque Videography by Chris Walsh Produced by AirDance New Mexico, Inc. with Monica Demarco and Chicharra Filmed at the AirDance ArtSpace, Albuquerque, New Mexico
This video was shot in Albuquerque, N.M., with the use of both a handheld camera and a drone camera, and all footage was filmed exclusively for this project. It features all local talent: dancer and choreographer Reba Heloise, the band Chicharra, director / editor / cinematographer Shannon Flynn, designer Monica Demarco, and drone cinematographer Josh Bien all hail from New Mexico.