We met with the rising star from Poland when the production played Portland’s TBA Festival 2010
Claire Bishop has written a fantastic essay on the whole contemporary performance/visual art scenario. It is available at the Brooklyn Rail.
Helen Shaw has organized a day-long event celebrating the legacy of legendary director Reza Abdoh. This is an great opportunity for younger artists – and really, anybody – to be exposed to his work, ideas and colleagues.
Andy writes up his busy week of shows including a jazz opera called Mobro and work from Kyle Abraham, Tere O’Connor, Mini Teater Ljubljana and Martha Clarke.
Random thoughts about aesthetic and cultural change while watching music videos
Andy shares some thoughts on the infrastructure of arts funding, Michael Kaiser and the 1%.
The Brooklyn-based acro-dance-theater company’s newest is a mixed-bag offering a number of highlights
The former curator of PS 122 and TBA Festival, and the founder of UTR, talks about this year’s line-up
Young choreographers show new work at HT Chen’s series, but I question the value of academia’s stress on old-school comp versus risk-taking investigation.
The Paper Industry’s “Apologies (and other grey areas)” explores Schrodinger’s Cat and Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle set to a beat you can dance to.
The iconoclastic composer leads the crowd reciting the work’s rather apropos closing lines; no bread is purchased
Director Jamie Peterson talks about The Paper Industry’s latest “ugly opera,” which digs deep into the uncertainty principle to a thumping house beat