Brianna Lance's 'Sensitive Men' Project | Week 2: 'Fire' & 'Lemon Drops'
Brianna Lance just keeps throwing fastballs our way. The DJ, creative, and member of the empowering all-female DJ collective Les Filles, has shared two new videos for her Sensitive Men project. For those of you who didn’t tune in last week, the project is Lance’s way of infusing the art world with some much-needed authenticity. Not to mention, the videos are extremely fun to watch!
They will make you want to get up and groove along with the free-spirited dancers. Flaunt is sharing two music videos a week from her album. As if that isn’t reason enough to check it out, the featured dancers will also share some thoughts about what is to come for men, women, music and themselves! Check it out below and come back next week for the next series of videos!
What’s next for women?
There are so many amazing female artists in the dance industry right now. I don’t think there has ever been any shortage! Dance has long been a female dominated industry; it feels as though dancers are really being showcased for their specific styles now. It’s neat to see homogeneity taking a back seat to individual style, and the celebration of idiosyncrasies that make a particular dancer unique.
What’s next for men?
I am so fortunate to work with hard working, creative, emotionally connected men in the work I do. Guys who have honed their physical skill set and emotional awareness as their means to express themselves, just as I do.
What’s next for music?
Though we are drowning in fresh content on an hourly basis, the accessibility this has created for new artists in any medium to put work out themselves, seems to be shaping many industries in fascinating ways. I remember when all the portable music you could have had to fit on an old iPod, with limited storage and a fairly shady battery life. And even that was amazing! Now musical eternity lives inside your pocket, which is pretty great for spontaneous boogies. I’m partial to them.
What’s next for you?
I’ll be under the Californian sun where the light makes everything look like it's drenched in honey, and the dry earth begs to be danced on. Site and film-specific movement is my truest love. I just wanna continue to make work that makes people feel something. Whatever that may be is totally open. Herein lies the beauty.
What's next for women?
What's next for men?
Appreciation of emotional cognizance!
What's next for music?
Some alien instruments, hopefully.
What's next for you?
All of the above!
Written By: Tori Adams