she who lives on the road to war is an immersive installation and dance performance created by Rosy Simas in response to global loss and the collective need to come together in peace and reconciliation.
The project will have a dual premiere in 2022 in Minneapolis in the heart of the Native community at All My Relations Arts (AMRA) and the Weisman Art Museum (WAM).
Simas is considering rest, refuge, grieving, condoning and cultivating a deep attention to those ideas and being together. Performers participate in the process and the evolution of the project as long as the practice supports their own artistic endeavors. We are working with a model which is less about the production product and more about a supportive process in which audiences, community, other artists and scholars weave in and out of the creative process and performances.