The moment it becomes legible, it becomes something else.
Half Straddle’s Ghost Rings at New York Live Arts
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Recognition of the dance-becoming-functional, of completing a circuit between both halves, is undoubtedly gratifying. We are irresistibly, maybe placidly, hypnotized by the all-seducing power of the circle, and this dually lulls with its familiarity while entrancing with timelessness.
“The world becomes a universe in my belly.”
Alexandra Pinel chats with Emily Johnson about SHORE at New York Live Arts, April 23-25.
Angela Schöpke talks with Yossi Berg and Oded Graf about their ten years of creative partnership and the making of “Heroes,” showing this weekend at NYLA.
Alexander Thompson considers Okwui Okpokwasili’s work-in-progress at NYLA Live Artery, shown January 9th 2015.
Last week Cynthia Oliver and I spoke about her latest duet dance work, BOOM!, which premiered at New York Live Arts in October. I was compelled by the way one aesthetic or singular movement exploration blended into the next, the boldness of Oliver’s decisions in
Stormy reflects on Roseann Spradlin’s “g-h-o-s-t-c-r-o-w-n (working title)” at NYLA.
Serbian artists Ana Vujanović and Saša Asentić present the participatory performance project On Trial Together at NYLA February 20 – 22.
Culturebot’s completely unbiased guide to January Festival Season in NYC. At your service to help manage the Madness.