Two people dance with each other, one with their head bowed and one reaching out with his arm.

Multidisciplinary duo slowdanger. Photo: Audrey Gatewood

Resonant Body Performances

Hall of Sculpture, Heinz Galleries

Free with admission

Performance duo slowdanger presents the premiere of a collaborative piece with Carnegie Mellon University professor Robert Zacharias.

Resonant Body pushes the boundaries of movement performance, allowing visitors to receive the vibrations created by slowdanger as they perform using a special device designed by Zacharias. The number of visitors that can experience the vibrations is limited but all are welcome to watch this unique performance.

Performances take place in the back gallery of the Heinz Galleries in August and in the Hall of Sculpture in September.

The work will be performed four times per evening:

  • 4:00 pm
  • 4:30 pm
  • 5:00 pm
  • 5:30 pm

About Performers at Play: Senses

We invited performers to use our galleries as a place to play throughout the summer. Multidisciplinary artists slowdanger (external link) and experimental carnival City of Play (external link) will work with visitors to push the boundaries of feeling and extend the senses.

Look for workshops, pop-up experiences, games, and dynamic performances to roll out from June to September.


Everyone is welcome! Carnegie Museum of Art works continually to make museum programs and exhibitions accessible to all visitors. To request accommodations to enhance your visit, please contact, or call 412.622.3131.