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“Bottom Line: It might be the most surprising and innovative thing you’ve seen all year.” –Theater is Easy
“4Chambers is hard to shake after seeing it. If you surrender yourself to it, it will give you something marvelous in return.”
–New York Theater Review
“Mesmerizing… the physical exertion was palpable, and the risks they took were real, just as offering and accepting love is rife with risk.”
Dance View Times
“Wonderful…You will be touched by the performers, both literally and figuratively.”
— This Week in New York
“An opportunity to viscerally understand the importance of the heart, and an opportunity to feel alive…a refreshing opportunity to play, to sense the bodies around you and react honestly and impulsively.”
“Spectacular and visceral, made even more thrilling by its closeness.”
Jody Oberfelder Projects invites audiences to experience their hearts from the inside out with 4CHAMBERS. Created, directed and choreographed by Jody Oberfelder, this immersive blend of dance, theater, film and visual installation premiered in an old officers’ house on Governors Island in NYC, and then was performed in the basement of a former hospital at Arts@Renaissance in Brooklyn.. 4CHAMBERS is a sensorial journey into the human heart. The performance space is transformed into an intimate environment with corridors that function as arteries and veins leading to four discrete performance chambers. Guided by six cast members, an audience of 12 circulates through the space, monitoring their own hearts throughout this interactive multimedia performance.