Here, thoughts are freed from linearity or reasonable binds. There, processing systems allow the universe to expand and retract as an infinite sponge. Where bodies transmute from human familiars to alien exotica.
She looks directly at me, and I show her how I’m listening. The exchange has nothing to do with language.
Meg Weeks, Hannah Cullen, and Emie Hughes respond to Netta Yerushalmy, Julian Barnett, and Big Dance Theater
Choreographer Julian Barnett’s Super Natural is at DNA thru Sunday afternoon. Jeremy mentions the show in this week’s roundup. You’ve mentioned that a lot of artists seem stuck or tied to reliving Rainier’s No Manifesto; that many of today’s American artists are struggling with a
This looks like a good time: City/Dans: JULIAN BARNETT PROJECT Sound Memory March 19-21, 2009 • [Thu-Sat] at 8:30 PM Admission: $18.00 (members $12.00) Read Julian Barnett’s preview in the New York Times! Listen to Julian’s interview on Infinite Body! In a world that can be