How do we reconcile our inevitable evolution and change with the thorny sociality that made (and still makes) possible our survival?
May 26, 2018
Moving Bodies, Embodied Walls
A performance focused on the “human experience in relation to architecture” which questioned “concepts of stability”
May 24, 2018
Opulence in Times of Change
Each time he hit fifth position, Ihde looked like he was home.
May 17, 2018
The Gridlock of HUMAN
Gibson takes the question "What is ballet in the 21st century" back to form.
May 16, 2018
Bulgaria on the map of European Dance – a personal journey in cultural dissociation
Classic modern dance aesthetics yet something new and Eastern European
May 9, 2018
Down With The Regime
Notions of labor and personhood emerged as crucial to both artists’ work.
May 8, 2018
Searching for a Spark
How often is internal light, passion, fire, inspiration, or heat ever confined to perfectly staggered, centrally aligned rows?
May 3, 2018