Category: Theory

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WRITING DANCE: Interview with Jonathan Burrows.

November 28, 2014 - Interviews, Practice, Theory - 0 Comments - Standard

This summer we took part in Jonathan Burrows ‘s workshop called «Writing dancing», where he proposed to investigate choreographic process, re-examine and extend our notions of how a dance can be made and what it can communicate to someone watching it. Leaving workshop with lots of fruitful thoughts we decided to share them with you […]

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MERCE CUNNINGHAM. SPACE, TIME AND DANCE (1952).

July 28, 2014 - History, Theory - 0 Comments - Standard

On the 26th of July 2014 5 years left since Merce Cunningham’s death. He played a key role in the history of contemporary dance. In memory of his immortal genius and personality we publish his 1952 essay “Space, time and dance”.

CHOREOGRAPHY IS DEAD. LONG LIVE DANCE.

March 19, 2014 - Theory - 0 Comments - Standard

“Questions are being asked by dancers and dance-makers about the boundaries of the art form. Which is cause for excitement.” These are the first words of an article by Judith Mackrell published at The Guardian website on November 27, 2013 under the title “Choreography is dead. Long live dance.” We highly recommend this article as an […]

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