All dance-spaces will have windows. The era of mapping one’s imagination upon ‘the void’ is over.
This text was originally commissioned by Weld Company, Stockholm as part of their ongoing process to rediscover, reevaluate, and update the format of the Dance Company. Dancers and choreographers from different backgrounds share a common, daily and physical practice, raising questions on dance and choreography. In 2013 Michael Klien was invited to situate Sediments of an Ordinary Mind, a work that had originally premiered in Ireland (Daghdha) ten years earlier.
Michael Kliën on dancing on Hydra
Choreographer and thinker Michael Kliën shares his vision on new directives for dance with Propositions: To Dance Differently
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Andy on “Roman Tragedies” at BAM and what dance can learn from Beck and the Grateful Dead.
Considering transdisciplinary art
And where we can look for alternative presentational aesthetics, with reference to Michael Kliën and Steve Valk
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RPI’s EMPAC announced the line-up for FILAMENT – a festival of new work in performance, visual arts, sound, and media that will be held in Troy, NY from October 1–3, 2010. It highlights EMPAC’s mission to support international and national artists in the creation and production of work via its residency and commissioning programs.