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deciphers is a physical performance by naishi wang and jean abreu that brings together elements of chinese folk dance, brazilian dance styles, spoken word, breath, and ink on paper. both artists share a concern for the corporeal connections between immigration and translation as a linguistic phenomenon centering the immigrant experience. as co-performers and choreographers, wang and abreu make the stage their blank canvas, using raw, improvisational movements to highlight the body as the base of communication and meaning.