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JESPER JUST’S INTERPASSIVITIES

Artist and filmmaker Jesper Just’s INTERPASSIVITIES “immerses participants in a life-size no-man’s land” and “charts the fractured, ever-changing topography of modern experience” in a performance art work incorporating ballet and video projections, with music composed by Kim Gordon and August Rosenbaum.* This Next Wave Festival presentation is the U.S. premiere of Just’s piece.   INTERPASSIVITIES* Thursday, […]

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"PARIS LA is born of shared perspectives. It’s a project, like a love story, that comes from the feeling of being in one place, thinking about another. A place between two cities, between scenes, between people, that exists only in the space of our imagination. In Paris, dreaming of the Pacific. Speaking French in LA. And it’s as true as a clear blue sky above us."—Dorothée Perret, Founder Editor (Paris, November 9, 2008)

NICHOLAS SCISCIONE DANCES STEVE PAXTON

Nicholas Sciscione will dance an excerpt from Steve Paxton’s GOLDBERG VARIATIONS during the opening weekend of Cathy Weis Project’s Sundays on Broadway fall 2018 season. Sciscione dances with the Stephen Petronio Company, and is an assistant to the artistic director. Also on the bill: Patricia Hoffbauer and David Thomson will perform their DARK & STORMY—WHEN THINGS […]

ZOE LEONARD — I WANT A PRESIDENT

On the occasion of ZOE LEONARD—ANALOGUE, Hauser & Wirth presents an afternoon of performances and readings in response to Leonard’s 1992 text I WANT A PRESIDENT. Participants include Lita Albuquerque, Edgar Arceneaux with performer Joana Knezevic, Nao Bustamante, Andy Campbell, Patrisse Cullors, Edgar Heap of Birds, Amy Gerstler, Kimberli Meyer, Helen Molesworth, Bidhan Roy, and Patrick Staff.   […]

BILL T. JONES — ANALOGY TRILOGY

“Arnie Zane [and I] built this company out of the same troubled milieu that we’re all living through right now—racism, sexism—and we have been able to make an organization that expressed my belief that art could save us.” — Bill T. Jones As an innovator of post-modern dance since the 1970s and survivor of the […]

ON ADRIAN PIPER AND RACE

Join philosophers Naomi Zack, Rebecca Tuvel, and Diarmuid Costello for a Hammer Museum conversation about “the ways in which Adrian Piper’s art interrogates racial identity, focusing on specific works as well as Piper’s own writings about race”: the essay “Passing for White, Passing for Black” and the travel memoir Escape to Berlin.*   DECONSTRUCTING THE TRUISM OF RACE AS A […]