Thursday, 3 April 2014

Distortions of space through contemporary dance

Starting to return to think about spatial politics through dance and movement again; and the relationship between drawing and dance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qU6ye0Kjw4o

For more info on this beautiful project: http://holdtheperformance.tumblr.com/
I am also delighted that the work is a collaboration with Ane Brun.
More: http://celebrationofmanhood.blogspot.se/p/program.html
I keep watching 'Hold' and thinking about what it means to make work.

New Youtube gold: William Forsythe:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cufauMezz_Q&list=RDqU6ye0Kjw4o 
Online score Synchronous Objects: http://synchronousobjects.osu.edu 
; Motion Bank: http://motionbank.org 

http://hyperallergic.com/117959/new-york-public-library-puts-major-dance-video-archive-online/?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=New+York+Public+Library+Puts+Major+Dance+Video+Archive+Online&utm_content=New+York+Public+Library+Puts+Major+Dance+Video+Archive+Online+CID_9b3e0d4aa410aeead95edaefafc77b37&utm_source=HyperallergicNewsletter&utm_term=New%20York%20Public%20Library%20Puts%20Major%20Dance%20Video%20Archive%20Online

Drawing news: Raft drawings (2014): Have pinned sheet no.5 to the wall. Still working up No.4 and can better see the final additions that are required to #1-3. Will try to hold of on these until I have the full set, between 10 and 12 drawings completed. Due date: October.

Exhibition requirements: Need to secure a space that has quasi museum scale tall and long walls. These drawings are all 150 cm wide and will require significant space around them so that they can breathe. 




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