Recent choreographic works by Dean Moss and Yanira Castro invite an examination of interactivity in contemporary performance
CBOT’s Jane Jung talks buckets and homecomings with choreographer Neta Pulvermacher, whose new show comes to NYC this week
SITI’s new show has all the strengths you expect from Bogart & co., but it doesn’t quite manage the punch you’d want
Richard Move’s loving portrait of the grande dame of Modern dance, complete with electrifying dance performances
New York Live Arts introduced itself to the dance community Saturday, but in a presentation short on details, big questions remain
In the second January double-bill at DTW, Natalie Green impressed while Juliana F. May left us thoughtful but bored
A split-bill of Gallim Dance’s “For Glenn Gould” and Sidra Bell’s “POOL” make for an unfortunately disappointing evening
A new crop of emerging dance artists present a surprisingly strong evening of work.
Culturebot discusses Neil Greenberg’s abstract new work about art and the ways we perceive it.
Interactivity in digital arts and performance is at its best a marvel of discovery, rekindling childhood feelings of intimate connection to a vast inexplicable and beautiful world. In his book Digital Performance, Steve Dixon notes that interactive works encourage a childlike fascination with the pleasure