Project Agent Orange is a movement collective that investigates the lingering effects of the herbicide Agent Orange that was dispersed throughout Vietnam during the American Vietnam war. The main chemical, dioxin, is lipophilic and has therefore become concentrated in the groundwater and bloodlines of communities-- thus, the number of people being affected by the chemical is increasing rather than decreasing. 

Children are literally, physically, inheriting a war they never lived, living with an injury they never incurred. I believe this story to be a representation of the physical embodiment of the proliferation of war. It is a story that is best told through movement, as it is through the bodies of survivors that trauma due to chemical warfare continues to thrive.  Agent Orange is a microcosmic look at a human's ability to eviscerate life for years beyond any one persons lifetime.