Middlebury College seniors Hai Do, Cameron McKinney, Jill Moshman and Rachel Nuñez take audience members on a journey through time and space in Reconstructed Notions. Double majors in dance and economics, Japanese, psychology and sociology, respectively, the four culminate their studies in a dynamic joint performance. With varied approaches to choreography, this diverse work finds Do exploring ideas of hell inspired by Buddhism and Vietnamese folk religion. McKinney investigates aspects of the psyche based on Japanese Butoh performance art. Rounding out the evening, Moshman examines memory’s influence on physical movement, while Nuñez focuses on how social theories of gender and performance relate to her own body.