Open Movement at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, 11/23

This Monday Movement Series‘ event at Brooklyn Studios for Dance was Authentic Movement lead by Katie Workum. Some of my thoughts during this wonderful, quiet, three and a half person movement exploration: It is the watcher that gives movement, not the mover – i.e. I was so concerned that I was being too choreographic with my movement,Continue reading “Open Movement at Brooklyn Studios for Dance, 11/23”

Some thoughts on the feath3r theory Presents: Another 37 Reasons To Cry (A Warholian Production)

“Art asks questions; architecture answers questions.  Art is uncomfortable; architecture is comfortable.” – Rasmus Waern & Gert Wingårdh I read these words a few hours before viewing Another 37 Reasons to Cry on October 2, 2015.  What follows are some thoughts I had during and after viewing this performance.  They are not intended to be a review in any way;Continue reading “Some thoughts on the feath3r theory Presents: Another 37 Reasons To Cry (A Warholian Production)”

Immersive Impressions of SFDI (Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation) 

“At the furthest reaches of the world often occur new marvels and wonders, as though Nature plays with greater Freedom secretly at the edges of the world than she does openly and nearer to us in the middle of it.” – Ranulph Higden    Playing badminton with Oscar Kosky, rising third grader, in his backyardContinue reading “Immersive Impressions of SFDI (Seattle Festival of Dance Improvisation) “

FAIR Week #2 and #3 

The last two weeks at FAIR I became more comfortable disciplining and teaching the children, and I enjoyed it a lot more.  Showing videos at the beginning and discussing dance was very helpful for the rest of the lesson. Here is what I showed them: Monday: Oatka Trail (1979) by Garth Fagan Tuesday: Oyster (1991) by Inbal Pinto and AvshalomContinue reading “FAIR Week #2 and #3 “