These moments of transparency and revealed infrastructure are strictly intended.
Performance as reparation, as reconfiguration, as a way to bounce back and forge ahead.
I want to get up close to these masked figures and ask them to tell me about the future.
Culturebot contributor Stormy Budwig chats with Sam Kim about the premier of “Sister to a Fiend” at Gibney Dance March 4-7.
Stormy talks to Cynthia Oliver and David Thomson about Tere O’Connor’s “Sister” (American Realness, Jan. 9 and 11, 2015)
The choice to see Dance Performance (according to my experience of Gibney Dance Center’s artist-curated split bill series “DoublePlus”)
“What I do in my life, what I have done and why, is fundamental-seeming, too.”
Stormy catches up: MR Festival, Greg Zuccolo, Keely Garfield, Tere O’Connor.
Stormy responds Meredith Monk’s “On Behalf of Nature” at BAM
Stormy and Tara on Alex Rodabaugh and Rakiya Orange in a split bill curated by Miguel Gutierrez for Gibney’s DoublePlus.
Stormy Budwig considers honesty, youth, fear, Marina, Ann Liv, and Sherry.
Stormy considers Ivy Baldwin’s “Oxbow” at BAM’s 2014 Next Wave Festival.
Last week Cynthia Oliver and I spoke about her latest duet dance work, BOOM!, which premiered at New York Live Arts in October. I was compelled by the way one aesthetic or singular movement exploration blended into the next, the boldness of Oliver’s decisions in