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From Imagination to Flesh: Richard Move with Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone

Richard Move’s sprawling resume includes their Bessie Award-winning conjuring of Martha Graham, productions for Mikhail Baryshnikov’s White Oak Dance Project and the Guggenheim, collaborations with fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi and astronaut-artist Dr. Sarah Jane Pell, respectively, and much more. This mix of high fashion, cutting-edge technology, and blue chip art seems far away from Governors Island and its gentle parkland. Yet, Move’s playful curiosity and theatrical flair enlivens the meaning embedded within the landscape.

On an Edwin Denby NYC Traffic Sonnet

In light of the everyday choreographies around us, Kirby Olson explores an aleatory street dance with trucks and pedestrians in a poem by Edwin Denby.

The Beach-as-Stage: Moriah Evans’s REPOSE Demands Your Attention

The latest iteration of Beach Sessions Dance Series unfolded one durational live artwork from one artist. Traveling a 1.4 mile stretch of Rockaway Beach, REPOSE delighted beachgoers and an intrepid dance audience for six hours.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2021

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