Vitruvian by Jerron Herman

March 29, 2023

Princeton Arts Fellow Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez presents a performance of an excerpt of Vitruvian, choreographed and performed by Jerron Herman, on April 11th at 7:30pm in the Roberts Dance Studio in the Lewis Center for the Arts.

Hailed by the Brooklyn Rail as “a triumph of intention and reinvention, centering disability and celebrating Herman’s rebirth as his own divine form,” Vitruvian shares an allegorical tale of the life cycle of the Vitruvian man as he traverses multiple hemispheres, now in the embodiment of a Disabled Black man. Based on Da Vinci’s famous sketch, the piece explores the ways natural phenomena and history enter and live in the body. 

ProCES is proud to cosponsor this event alongside the Lewis Center. Visit the Lewis Center website for more details.