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Simone Forti by Tashi Wada​
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On the release of Al Di Là, a collection of her sound works, Forti guides us through her decades-long practice of observation, intuition, and kinaesthetic awareness.

Dancing with the Architecture: Lucinda Childs Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
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Available Light returns to New York.

Unrelenting Endurance: Molissa Fenley Interviewed by Rachel Stone
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The choreographer on exhaustion and revival.

Reclamation Is an Imperative: Paloma McGregor and Damian Griffin Interviewed by Nicole Loeffler-Gladstone
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Previewing a public performance on the Bronx River. 

Architecture as Metaphor: William Forsythe and Tino Sehgal at A Prelude to The Shed by Cory Nakasue
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A taste of what’s to come at Manhattan’s new space for multidisciplinary programming.

“A Near-Tragic, Near-Comic Lyricism”: Jamar Roberts Interviewed by Monica Uszerowicz
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Alvin Ailey’s Jamar Roberts on pain, joy, and choreographing to John Coltrane.

The Art of Awareness: Alice Ripoll Interviewed by Monica Uszerowicz
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Dance as a political confrontation and a place of dreams.

Making Connections: Joanna Kotze and Jonathan Allen Interviewed by Zachary Fabri
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A choreographer and a visual artist imagine ways of inhabiting civic spaces.

On the Quest for Spiritual Spaces: zoe | juniper Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
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Dance as secular and sacred devotion.

The Visual Choreographic: Walter Dundervill Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
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The art and science of the costume.

Missing Contexts: The Pioneering Work of Halprin, Forti, and Rainer by Karla Kelsey
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Tracing the lineage of feminism and social justice in postmodern dance.

Wu Tsang & boychild by Tess Altman
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“It’s about creating the conditions for a moment.”

Paulina Olowska’s Slavic Goddesses—A Wreath of Ceremonies by Charity Coleman
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A feminist paean from one Polish artist to another

Okwui Okpokwasili by Jenn Joy
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The celebrated choreographer of Bronx Gothic explores the embodiment of psychic space, the nature of memory, and who gets to write history.

Kim Brandt by Lauren Bakst
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Choreographer Kim Brandt strips away excess in her search for a “body of bodies.”

Moriah Evans by Lawrence Kumpf
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An interest in disobedient bodies notwithstanding, for Moriah Evans dance emerges through rigorous choreographic structures. Her most recent piece, Social Dance, was presented at ISSUE Project Room earlier this year.

Lauren Bakst and Yuri Masnyj
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A conditional archive or A score
for the past and future of
LIVING ROOM INDEX AND POOL

Miguel Gutierrez & Stacy Szymaszek
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Syllable, step, and surplus.

Jonah Bokaer by Madison Mainwaring
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The choreographer on his early work with Merce Cunningham and collaborations with visual artists.

Ralph Lemon’s Scaffold Room by Jenn Joy
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A love letter composed from a scaffold. Isn’t this the way we live now?

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