You may have noticed that the art spaces/movements Ouch My Eye and Electric Coffin are no more. Taking their place is The Piranha Shop, described as an artist work space, event space and DIY creative think tank. True to its word, the First Avenue South spot is hosting choreographer Shannon Stewart’s (and videographer Adam Sekuler’s) work, “An Inner Place That Has No Place.”
Times arts writer Michael Upchurch stopped by, and reports: “A trio of female dancers beautifully balance their way through a complicated scheme of light, sound and video of themselves that’s both rich and disorienting. Stewart’s piece about memory and memory loss also has family-snapshot parodies and ruggedly athletic passages going for it, including a sort of atomized aerobics finale where dancer Aaron Swartzman really kicks it out.”
Repeats 8 p.m. Friday-Sunday.