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Radical dance course poster, 1976, X6 Dance Space.© Rob Harris, courtesy Cell Project Space. (Click image for larger version)

Exhibition – X6 Dance Space (1976-80): Liberation Notes – London

‘X6 Dance Space (1976-80): Liberation Notes’ is a well overdue exhibition profiling the groundbreaking work of the radical 1970’s dance collective, X6. The group of revolutionary dance practitioners sought dance liberation through redefining the body in dance while documenting that process through writing a magazine…

Nicholas Sciscione and Joshua Tuason in Untitled Touch.© Julie Lemberger. (Click image for larger version)

Stephen Petronio Company – Bloodlines: works by Rainer, Paxton, Halprin, Petronio – New York

★★★✰✰   Two interesting impulses have been evident in the modern and post-modern dance scene in New York of late….
(Works danced: Diagonal, Trio A With Flags, Chair-Pillow, Excerpt from Goldberg Variations, The Courtesan and the Crone, Untitled Touch)

Trisha Brown.© Marc Ginot and courtesy Trisha Brown Company. (Click image for larger version)

Obituary: Trisha Brown, 1936-2017

Trisha Brown leaves the most enormous legacy of repertoire and ideas, such that it is impossible to imagine the development of modern dance without her…

Robert Rauschenberg and Susan Weil: Untitled (ca. 1950).Monoprint: exposed blueprint paper.209.6 x 92.1 cm, Private collection.© Robert Rauschenberg. (Click image for larger version)

Exhibition – Robert Rauschenberg, Tate Modern – London

Though Rauschenberg’s designs have no apparent connection with the dances they accompany, and even compete for the audience’s attention, they have become inescapably part of the experience of each work.

Tragédie by Oliver Dubois.© Francois Stemmer, via Sadler's Wells.

Oliver Dubois / Ballet Du Nord – Tragédie – London

I’m clearly not cut out for naturism.

Paul-Andre Fortier in Vertiges.© Robert Etcheverry. (Click image for larger version)

Paul-Andre Fortier – Vertiges – London

Despite many memorable highlights …I felt frequently as if an interloper in someone else’s conversation, one taking place in a language that I only barely understood.

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