Dance In Conversation

MARIE CHOUINARD with Stephanie Del Rosso

Marie Chouinard performed her first solo, Crystallization, in 1978: it was an hour-long “study of geometrical movement” inside an art gallery, set to the sound-scape of musician Rober Racine scraping a metal grill.

BILL BERKSON (1939 – 2016)
“WE WERE DESIGNED FOR HEAVEN”
Bill Berkson On Arcadia, Utopia, and Collaboration

Closing my eyes now, I’m trying to remember what Bill Berkson had written on the blackboard—a cloud of disparate names and concepts: UTOPIA; ARCADIA; CHRONOS; AS YOU LIKE IT; KAFKA; OVID.

MUSIC AS A VOLATILE ART FORM: Terry Allen Reissued

For a while now I’ve had a theory about a select group of artists who were making music in the 1960s and ’70s. These are musicians who seem related to their time only obliquely: they may have been marked by it, but they were not of it.

Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Edmund Berrigan is the author most recently of Can It (Letter Machine Editions) and We'll All Go Together (Fewer & Further Press).

From the Publisher & Artistic Director

Dear Readers and Friends,

June 2016 was an emotional rollercoaster. It began with the news late Friday, June 3, that Muhammad Ali had died.

Editor's Messsage Guest Critic

Performing Identities, Identifying Performance

Wherever one turns in the United States these days, one cannot help but find instances of the politics of identity and identification at work.

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