Photo: Anna Lee Campbell
Petals on a wet, black bough
Eiko in performance — painted a near white, her slight frame and its minimal gestures sometimes unbearably sorrowful — does not appear to have the fortitude to take care of us. Still, I think she is doing just that.
photo: Antoine Tempé
Two Looks, from Twenty
Megan Bridge sat down for a screen-to-screen “chat" with Gregory Holt about Trajal Harrell’s "Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church."
Photo: Robin Barnes
Ugly Numbers Part III: The Dance Apocalypse
The final installment of Ugly Numbers, a three-part investigation on gender inequity in contemporary American dance.
Photo: Jean Luc Tanghe
Rosas is a trial of endurance, sure, but like any great challenge with substance at its core, it rewards: you emerge changed.
Photo: Bill Hebert
What makes the InHale Performance Series a success is the nurturing community it offers to emerging and established artists.
Photo: Andy Vernon-Jones
Loosely Bound Thunder
Rather than performing as dancers or musicians, each cast member became a truly hybrid cross, moving and sounding at the same time throughout the piece.
Photo: Judith Stein
Le Roy Lets 16 Retrospectives Bloom at PS1
During three hours as a visitor to Retrospective I was swept into the individual retrospectives of several of the dancers.
Xavier Le Roy’s Avant Retrospective
When I walked into choreographer Xavier Le Roy’s Retrospective at MoMA PS1 there seemed to be nothing happening.
Photo: Colleen Hooper
The conference was rich in opportunities to reconnect with friends and colleagues, and delightful surprises enlivened the sometimes dense sessions.
Lynn Matluck Brooks
Photo: Bas Slabbers for Adventure Aquarium
The siren song of mermaids in the Philly Dance community: the popularity of these mavens-of-the-deep can’t be denied.
Photo: Paula Court
Thoughts about Steve Paxton on viewing four of his dances at Dia:Beacon
Over time the body becomes less able in some ways but more eloquent in others.
Photo: Panayiotis Sinnos
An Unconventional Balance
Delicate execution of movement by extremely muscular bodies, athletic but thoughtful choreography, the scramble of gender role expectations.
Letter to the Editor: Deborah Jowitt on CORD/SDHS
To the Editors:
I'm finally seizing the moment to thank thINKingDANCE for stimulating the, well. . . THINKING about dance and bringing dance writers…
All Day Dance (a poem)
Judson Church 1963
implacable in a chair
she sits in the only way she knows how
Thank You to the Donors to Our Indiegogo Campaign!
Caroline Couture, Megan Bridge, Jano Cohen, Ann Kaschock, Judith Robison, Jonathan Stein, Curt Haworth, Gabrielle Revlock, Joao da Silva, Aaron Cromie,…
P.S. 40: Identifiers in Art MakingDoes it matter to you to have your art understood as being connected to a particular identity, whether sexual, gender-based, racial, political or stylistic? How does it affect your looking at dance when it is described as being strongly connected with any one or more of these identifiers?
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