You take a risk, almost kill yourself, you find a solution and go from there. Your solution is what you are starting with.
Anne Waldman gave what felt and looked like a sermon. Meredith Monk exemplified how closely voice and body are connected.
In the world that we live in right now, how do you push up against something so big?
They’re going to tensely wait until we are done clapping so this liminal purgatory between art and not art can be over. They’re going to endure this awkwardness.
Maura responds to Yasuko Yokoshi’s ZERO ONE at Danspace Project.
Emmanuel Iduma reflects on Danspace Project’s PLATFORM 2015: Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets.
Katie Gaydos responds to works by Jillian Pena & Troy Schumacher, Emily Coates, and Yve Laris Cohen at Danspace Project’s Claudia La Rocco-curated Platform 2015.
Culturebot dance writers catch up: Jack Fervor, Raja & Tzeta, John Jasperse, My Barbarian.
Meg Weeks, Hannah Cullen, and Emie Hughes respond to Netta Yerushalmy, Julian Barnett, and Big Dance Theater
Alex Romania on “(T)” by Luis Lara Malvacía/3RD CLASS CITIZEN at Danspace Project.
A candid conversation on performing while black and male. With Germaul Barnes, Whitney Hunter, Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste & Andre Zachery.
Lydia’s thoughts on Faye Driscoll’s “Thank You For Coming” at Danspace at Beth Gill’s “New Work for the Desert” at NYLA