A collection of key writings on choreography across the French, U.S and international dance scenes since the turn of the century.
Video document of performance. With movements both hers and of other choreographers, Denise Stutz guides the audience through a personal and emotional history of Brazilian contemporary dance. The memory of the body and its relationship to identity – as well as how this is inscribed in space and relates to the public – motivate and shape this solo.
Video document of a journey of recollection through embdied and spoken narratives drawn from a number of reference works by the artist.
Focuses on the historical, cultural and political contexts that inform choreographic and dance practices and critical readings of dance-in other words, how dance operates as critical discourse.