Live art is still here, and as Shelley understood two centuries ago, it will remain alive for as long as we do.
I think there’s less a question of “what’s to be done” and more is a question of “how do we know what’s really going on.” It’s less about privacy in some ways and more about transparency of information
She mourns and then she is fully present, looking right through you, dancing with abandon.
CultureHub’s “Hi-Fi, Wi-FI, Sci-Fi,” a collection of plays by iconic playwright Robert Patrick opens Thursday at La MaMa’s Downstairs Theater. This production connects us with an expansively visionary and prophetic writer and in the hands of this creative team of directors, designers, programmers, and performers we get the easiest way into a rift in the space-time continuum. It’s going to be a pretty singular theatrical experience. The revolution will be virtual.
“Does art actually DO anything? That’s very nestled into my concept of time travel.”
Maura (finally) responds to Providence’s Lostwax Dance Co’s “Zoologic”
Marjani Forté’s “being Here…/this time” at Gibney Dance
Andy shares some thoughts on Bach, Counterpoint, The Enlightenment, Programming Languages and Aesthetics.
Andy’s “Five Lectures on Performance” are now online at Vimeo, SoundCloud and iTunes.
Talking dance, tech and media with Aniccha Arts.
Andy talks to Dawn Stoppiello & Mark Coniglio of Troika Ranch about performance, technology and life itself.
Talking to Lauren Petty and Shaun Irons about “Keep Your Electric Eye On Me” at HERE Arts