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Tara Sheena

TARA SHEENA is a dancer and writer from Detroit. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

NO SHARP EDGES:
Katie Workum’s Black Lakes

“We value living over artifact” is a statement in Katie Workum’s program for her newest dance work, Black Lakes. It is declarative and abstract all at once, a paradox.

A SHORT TRIP, UNPLANNED
Rebeca Medina’s Paraíso

There are a lot of distinct, personal touches to Rebeca Medina’s latest evening-length work, Paraíso, at Five Myles gallery in Crown Heights. There are details that indicate hospitality, like free snacks before the performance, or the personal, face-to-face greeting from Medina to audience members.

Unplugged

In the current age of digital proliferation, it is no secret how little we, as humans in the developed world, have to do in order to carry out a task. Be it ordering food, uploading a photo, tracking a package, or hashtagging our thoughts, daily efforts do not require a large amount of emotional investment or precious attachment.

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The Brooklyn Rail

DEC 19-JAN 20

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