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Risa Steinberg @ ImPulsTanz 2014

Risa Steinberg @ ImPulsTanz 2014

Conversation with Risa Steinberg @ ImPulsTanz 2014 about her teaching approach and thoughts about dance education technique and more. Produced by Marlon Barrios Solano for dance-tech.tv

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Barbara Dilley: On Contemplative Dance @ SILO

Barbara Dilley: On Contemplative Dance @ SILO

Conversation with movement artists and contemplative dance Barbara Dilley at SILO during a retreat focused on contemplative dance. July 20113. She takes us to connect John cage, Merge Cunningham,Judson Church, Grand Union and her experience ad the creator/educator of the Dance program of Naropa University. Thanks to Barbara Dilley and Lisa Kraus produced by marlon […]

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Minds in Motion: a conversation with Glenna Batson

Minds in Motion: a conversation with Glenna Batson

Conversation with Glenna Batson about her book new book “Body and Mind in Motion: dance and neuroscience in conversation”

http://www.amazon.com/Body-Mind-Motion-Neuroscience-Conversation/dp/1783201797

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Motionbank Trailer

Motion Bank is a four year project (2010-2013) of The Forsythe Company providing a broad context for research into choreographic practice. The main focus is on the creation of on-line digital scores in collaboration with guest choreographers* to be made publicly available via the Motion Bank website. Both these unique score productions and development of related teaching applications are being undertaken with and relying on the expertise and experience of key collaborative partners.

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TEDxSummit intro: The power of x

TEDxSummit intro: The power of x

Dancers + camera + kaleidoscope = this infinitely gorgeous short video. (Watch in 1080p fullscreen if you can.) It’s made for TEDxSummit, an unprecedented gathering of TEDx organizers from around the world– and the video celebrates “the power of x” to multiply great ideas.

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embedded_vlogger @ LUCKY TRIMMER TANZ PERFORMANCE SERIE # 17, Berlin

embedded_vlogger @ LUCKY TRIMMER TANZ PERFORMANCE SERIE # 17, Berlin

I was able to get some images of the bow of the artists and some words of the producers.
Excellent show!
LUCKY TRIMMER TANZ PERFORMANCE SERIE # 17

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Bojana Cvejic – The Politics of Problems

Bojana Cvejic – The Politics of Problems

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Gabriele Klein – (Micro-)Politics of Social Choreography. On the Relationship between Urban Diversities, Citizenship and Site Specific Dance Performances

Gabriele Klein – (Micro-)Politics of Social Choreography. On the Relationship between Urban Diversities, Citizenship and Site Specific Dance Performances

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TRANSFORMANCE (2010) by Nina Kurtela

Transformance is a video-event-work that activates and documents a five-month durational performance. Over this period of time, Nina Kurtela establishes a daily practice of visiting and witnessing the changes at the building site of the Uferstudios, Wedding, Berlin – the warehouse for the repair of public trams and buses becomes a dance institution. She is spectator to the making of an institution, an art institution, the making of the theater stage. The camera acts as a witness to her performing/witnessing.

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One Flat Thing, reproduced (2006) a film by Thierry De Mey

Unanimously acclaimed by the press, this work with a great theatrical intensity oscillates between disorder and symmetry. This very powerful creation gives rise today to a new work “One Flat Thing Reproduced”.

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Imagined Hell, documentary by Maite Bermudez about Emio Greco | PC

Imagined Hell, documentary by Maite Bermudez about Emio Greco | PC

A film documentary based on two creative process; the acclaimed dance performance HELL created by dance company Emio Greco | PC in 2006 (Amsterdam, Holland) and the personal interpretation and inspiration through cinematography by film director and scriptwriter Maite Bermudez (Maracaibo, Venezuela).
Inspiration, understanding, crashing and discovering what it is inside of a dance creative process. Imagining Hell, a tango of thoughts, dreams, images, sounds and fantasies reflecting and communicating possible representations of Hell.

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Dieter Mersch – The Political and the Violent. On Resistances

Dieter Mersch – The Political and the Violent. On Resistances

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Gabriele Brandstetter – Heteropolitics of Dance

Gabriele Brandstetter – Heteropolitics of Dance

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Media tools in dance education – ARTI, Amsterdam

Media tools in dance education – ARTI, Amsterdam

Media tools in dance education is a production from the group Artistic Research, Theory & Innovation (ARTI), that forms part of the research group Art Practice and Development. John Taylor, Maria Ines Villasmil and Vivianne Rodrigues de Brito did research in 2010-2011. More information on www.ahk.nl/en/research-groups/art-practice/research-group-arti/researchers-2010-­2011/.

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TBDC Alumni – Spanish Dance

TBDC Alumni – Spanish Dance

Former Trisha Brown Dance Company dancers Elizabeth Garren, Wendy Perron, Vicky Shick, Irene Hultman and Lisa Kraus perform “Spanish Dance” (1970) for Trisha’s 75th Birthday Celebration & Benefit Art Auction at Sikkema Jenkins & Co. on January 27, 2012.

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Armen Avanessian – Reading Political Theories’ Readings

Armen Avanessian – Reading Political Theories’ Readings

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Wim Peeters – Contesting “the Democratic Chattering of the Letter”. Politics of Comment in 20th Century Literature

Wim Peeters – Contesting “the Democratic Chattering of the Letter”. Politics of Comment in 20th Century Literature

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Bruno Bosteels – Transatlantic Decadence: Aesthetics and Politics

Bruno Bosteels – Transatlantic Decadence: Aesthetics and Politics

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Frank Ruda – Thinking Politics Concretely: Negation, Affirmation and the Dialectics of Dialectics and Non-Dialectics

Frank Ruda – Thinking Politics Concretely: Negation, Affirmation and the Dialectics of Dialectics and Non-Dialectics

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Gabriel Rockhill – Critique of the Ontological Illusion. Rethinking the Relation between Art and Politics

Gabriel Rockhill – Critique of the Ontological Illusion. Rethinking the Relation between Art and Politics

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