April 8, 2012

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Capacitor and Fort Mason Center present Okeanos, a dance-circus ocean sensory immersion devoted to improving human-ocean relations. Inspired by Bali’s coral reefs and Monterey’s Kelp forest, Okeanos was developed in collaboration with world-renowned marine biologists and oceanographers. This dance/circus performance incorporates choreography, apparatus, and set design by Capacitor Artistic Director Jodi Lomask, along with dance video, underwater cinematography, vocal improvisations, and electonic music punctuated with the voices of Dr. Sylvia Earle and Dr. Tierney Thys.

The complete schedule of events, beginning with the Big Blue & TedX San Francisco at Thursday’s Okeanos Premiere and including a panel discussion hosted by National Geographic, “Ocean Explorers” on Saturday featuring a personal appearance by Dr. Earle, is at the following link: OKEANOS
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