There is a general consensus that this moment can’t restore power to a people who aren’t in the room. But perhaps it can deflate the confidence of a narrative that props up those in power?
I would have this piece on an endless loop that I might wander through like a cherry blossom viewing “hanami” stroll, or soak in like a yuzu-scented hinoki bath in the woods. Joanna Kotze and Mina Nishimura share thoughts from inside their fractal realm.
Maura interviews Dorothée Munyaneza. Her “Unwanted” has its New York premiere at Baryshnikov Arts Center TONIGHT (September 21-22). Her “Samedi Détente” at Under the Radar Festival in early 2016 ripped open the wounds of the genocide in Rwanda. With “Unwanted,” she explores the physical and mental repercussions of rape used as an instrument of war.
I could go on, you should go on for me, counting heros not yet fallen.
Along the way, I make my own discoveries. I add my names to the list. I summon my personal radicals as I watch and witness…the dead will have their due.
The director offers his latest multi-disciplinary exercise in task-based performance
Rennie McDougall responds to Joanna Kotze’s FIND YOURSELF HERE at Baryshnikov Arts Center.
Lydia chats with Lee Sher and Saar Harari about investment in process, being a person first, making work as a couple and the NYC premier of “Princess Crocodile.”
Last summer I went out to Los Angeles at the invitation of my friend Ben who introduced me to the Miami-based dance sensation Rosie Herrera, who was working a look kind of like this: In the fall our paths crossed again in Minneapolis and we
Lydia Mokdessi talks to Rashaun Mitchell about his new show “Interface” at The Baryshnikov Arts Center.
The choreographer returns with a program of new and refashioned works at the Baryshnikov Arts Center.
“The Art of Laughter” returns to FIAF on Oct. 27 for one night only