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A Moment of Your Time

Episode 129 - “The Shape of You is Freckled” by Kristalyn Gill

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A moment of human connection.

Kristalyn Gill graduated from East Carolina University with dual degrees in Dance Performance (BFA) and Interpersonal/Organizational Communication (BS) on full-scholarship. She is a professional dancer, communication specialist, choreographer, author, and slam poet. Kristalyn has two original chapbooks titled “She Was Familiar with Wars” and "The Breakup Club: A Collection of Mishaps and Falling Aparts," which are available on Google Books, Amazon, and LuLu Press. She was also a featured guest artist at The Bower Poetry Club in NYC in September 2019. As a dancer, Kristalyn is a company artist with Yin Yue Dance Company,, Channel:Dig, and Catastrophe! She has worked with artists such as Joseph Hernandez, Meghan Lou, Kristen Céré, Andrea Ward, Ellen Sickenburger, and Shaun Keylock. She is based in New York, NY. 

Find more of Kristalyn:

Instagram: @kristalyngill


A Statement from Kristalyn:

"This work reflects upon the joyful stillness of observing the encasing of another human being, to read one's soul as one reads the body, to make note of and to cherish each line etched into being by experience or emotion, to embrace the scars and scores found across our physical facilities as lovely.

Within creation lies the dangerous yet enthralling possibility to get a glimpse at the human mind in its raw and ravenous form as it digests our reality into personal experience and memorabilia as we cascade into the future laid before us. May we continue to use art to communicate, understand, commentate, reveal, explore, nurture, discuss, celebrate, and study the revolting yet remarkable tale of the human condition.

This work is to be part of a larger anaphora collection titled The Shape of You seeking publication!"




Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time of isolation, we may have to be apart but let’s create together. 

Concept by Jenny Curtis

Theme music by Chris Porter

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