I was right I was wrong I was right I was wrong.
That is, of course, impossible, I don’t know what Ashley was thinking [laughter].
I don’t want to pretend that being alive is not a big deal.
“Does art actually DO anything? That’s very nestled into my concept of time travel.”
Lydia and Kimberly discuss violence, rigor, legacy, collaborators, taxidermy forms, and the making of “Ecsteriority4 (Part 2).”
Alyssa Gersony, Eli Tamondong, and Elena Light respond to each others’ pieces at Work Up, a presenting series for emerging dance and performance artists at Gibney Dance.
Emmanuel Iduma reflects on Danspace Project’s PLATFORM 2015: Dancers, Buildings and People in the Streets.
Lighting designer Elliot Jenotopoulos in conversation with Alexandra Pinel.
Filmmaker Sam Green on his live documentary “The Measure of All Things,” screening at The Kitchen this weekend.
Meg Weeks, Hannah Cullen, and Emie Hughes respond to Netta Yerushalmy, Julian Barnett, and Big Dance Theater
Marissa Perel talks to Glasgow-based artist / drummer / performer Fritz Welch about body movement & vocal sound, drawing practice, creating a multifaceted viewing experience, and Glasgow versus NYC.
Lydia’s thoughts on Julie Mayo’s new work for four women.