this world doesn’t make sense. therefore, making art that tries to make perfect sense doesn’t make any sense.
The Show Must Go On Time has passed since Jérôme Bel’s The Show Must Go On premiered in Paris, and not an insubstantial amount, either: it was first shown in 2001. It returned to New York City this October as part of the 2016 Crossing
Please Fuck Off Jérôme Bel or A 50 Year Old French White Man Makes An All Bodies Matter Dance and I Hate It
Yes! A literal PARADE of surface level DIVERSITY.
An essay on performance, art and getting paid, inspired by Simon Leung’s ACTIONS! at The Kitchen
Lydia Mokdessi does a round-up of some of the exciting things fall holds for NYC performance.
Andy responds to Danspace Project’s Conversations Without Walls about “Some Sweet Day” at MoMA, recording included.
Working with a professional theater company of actors with mental disabilities, French choreographer Jérôme Bel challenges audiences
[I’m tired, I’ll try and add links later!] Okay so Wednesday I headed down to HERE ARTS CENTER to see OH WHAT WAR, Mallory Catlett & Co.’s new multimedia meditation on war from the doughboy’s perspective. The set looks like a WWI trench populated by